Red & Black Layered Street Style in Harajuku w/ Vivienne Westwood, Kinji & Tokyo Bopper

Out on the streets of Harajuku, we came across Moka, a 19-year-old whose love for red and black street style fashion definitely has her featured often on our street snaps.

Today, Moka – sporting a red layered hairstyle – is dressed in a black long sleeve tunic top which features a mandarin collar, mini-pleats and a floral embroidery on the chest, with a black knit vest worn unzipped over the tunic. She styled her vintage tops with a black Kinji skirt with satin stripes and lace hem, worn over red satin polka dot and floral print pants. Platform cutout bow shoes from Tokyo Bopper, a Vivienne Westwood crocodile skin tote bag with sling, and a black ruched belt with straps rounded out her stylish color-coordinated outfit.

Comme des Garcons and Vivienne Westwood are two of Moka’s favorite fashion labels, and she likes the music of Jun Togawa and Susumu Hirasawa. Follow Moka on Twitter and Instagram.

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