Monochrome +Red Japanese Street Styles w/ Zomu, Yohji Yamamoto, Vivienne Westwood & Converse

In Harajuku, we came across Japanese designer Cue Kitazawa and model/musician Shouta. They caught our eye with their monochrome-plus-red street styles.

At the left, Cue is sporting a black and white ensemble which consists of an oversized hoodie sweater from Zomu, a black skirt from GU over black tights, and black sneakers from Converse. Her only accessory is a handmade clear ring. Cue’s favorite fashion Harajuku boutiques are Codona De Moda, Never Mind the XU and LHP. She likes the music of Knife Party, Dotama, and Kaisoku Tokyo. Cue is active on Twitter and Instagram, follow her.

At the right, Shouta is wearing a long black coat from Yohji Yamamoto Y’s over a red collar shirt from Yohji Yamamoto, black vintage pants, red socks, and red Y-3 by Yohji Yamamoto sneakers. His accessories – from Vivienne Westwood – include round sunglasses, mismatched statement earrings, a watch and gold rings. Shouta’s favorite brand is Yohji Yamamoto and he listens to alternative rock music. For his social media updates, follow Shouta on Twitter and Instagram.

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