Minimalist Japanese Street Styles in Harajuku w/ Lad Musician, Ann Demeulemeester, Shareef & Converse
On the streets of Harajuku, we spotted Mao and Saaya, whose striking all-black outfits were impossible to miss.
Mao, on the right, works in Information Technology. He stepped out in a black vest from Ann Demeulemeester, which featured front button closures and an embroidered white flower on one side. Mao wore it with a black top with flared long sleeves and slim black pants. A black bob with bangs, chunky silver rings, and black leather boots finished off his look. Follow Mao on Instagram and Twitter to keep up with his social media updates.
Saaya, a Lad Musician Nagoya staffer, wore a printed black outfit from Lad Musician. It featured a long kimono coat, a button-down top, and wide-leg pants. She styled them with a Shareef bag and Converse black sneakers with multiple Velcro straps. A ponytail with bangs, red lips, and chunky silver rings completed her look. For more on Saaya, follow her on Instagram.
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