Monochromatic Minimalist Japanese Street Styles w/ Ann Demeulemeester, Yohji Yamamoto Y’s, Alexander McQueen, Kujaku by Takuma Nishizaka & United Nude
We spotted stylish duo Mika and Tsukasa, whose striking monochromatic ensembles stood out on the streets of Harajuku.
On the left is Mika, who is a 20-year-old student clad in head-to-toe black. She wore a Kujaku oversized jacket with wide lapels over an Ann Demeulemeester top. Mika styled them with a Kujaku ankle-length flared skirt, grey socks, and United Nude pumps with sculptural heels and a round-toe silhouette. She finished off her look with a bold red lip, a black leather bag from Yohji Yamamoto Y’s, and accessories from Ann Demeulemeester. Mika considers Clique Tokyo a fashion favorite. She is also active on both Instagram and Twitter.
Meanwhile, Tsukasa looked stylish in a tailored jacket with wide lapels from Alexander McQueen. The actor styled it with an Ann Demeulemeester white collared shirt and Kujaku by Takuma Nishizaka black wide-legged pants. Tsukasa also wore black leather shoes from Alexander McQueen, which featured a lace-up design, contrasting glossy patent leather panels, and a pointy-toe silhouette. Ann Demeulemeester accessories and a Thom Browne bag provided the finishing touches to his look. He often turns to Kujaku for his fashion needs, and he enjoys listening to music from 10-Feet.
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