Yohji Yamamoto Monochrome Streetwear in Harajuku w/ Jumperskirt, Extra Long Sleeves, Yohji Yamamoto Pour Homme & Yohji Yamamoto x Cherevichkiotvichki Shoes
We met Shohei and Sakurako, two teens whose monochrome streetwear styles easily caught our eye on the Harajuku street.
Sporting ash-blonde hair on the left is Sakurako, a hair and makeup artist. Sakurako is clad in a black button down coat with detachable buttoned sleeves, which she wore over a white button down shirt with extra long flowing sleeves and paired with a matching black button down jumperskirt with crisscross jumper straps – all of which are sourced from the premiere Japanese streetwear brand, Yohji Yamamoto. Rounding out her monochrome streetwear style is a pair of rubber boots with lace details from Yohji Yamamoto, gold drop earrings, red eye makeup and a bold red lip. Follow Sakurako’s stylish streetwear feed on Instagram.
Meanwhile, clad in all black from Yohji Yamamoto Pour Homme is Shohei, a 21-year-old student. Shohei’s outfit consists of a black blazer with contrast leather collar and shoulder trims, worn over a black button down shirt and black cuffed pants. He styled his ensemble with multiple silver stacked rings, and finished off his look with black leather lace-up boots from Yohji Yamamoto Pour Homme x Cherevichkiotvichki. Shohei lists Tom Wood, Garni and Serge Thoraval as his fashion favorites, and he is also active on Instagram.
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