Remake Japanese Streetwear in Harajuku w/ Neon Hair, Vintage Blazer, Strap Pants, Demonia Creepers, Basic Cotton Bag & Carhartt Beanie
While out on the streets of the Harajuku neighborhood one late afternoon, we spotted Kanade, a 20-year-old student and apparel designer whose flair for streetwear dressing makes him a familiar face on the street.
This day, Kanade – sporting neon green locks underneath a black Carhartt ribbed beanie – stepped out in a white vintage graphic print shirt, which he paired with a vintage remake black blazer, featuring padded shoulders, silver safety pin lapel embellishments, and rolled up sleeves. He donned black zippered cargo pants with contrast neon green trims, striped mesh pockets, chains and grommeted straps. Black-and-white creepers from Demonia, a remake chunky chain long y-necklace, and a black 3-piece waist bag from Basic Cotton finished off Kanade’s street style.
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