Sunday, December 5, 2010

fashiontalk-Harajuku style

Harajuku is the common name around Harajuku Station on the Yamanote Line in the Tokyo, Japan..

Every sunday,young people dressed in variety of styles including goth lolita.visual kei,decora and cosplayers.

Harajuku is also a fashion capital of the world, renowned for its unique street fashion

and youth fashions and has many small stores selling Gothic

Lolita,rockabilly,visual kei and punk outfits, in addition to fast food outlets and so forth and young people

can afford to buy all of this things and also have shopping strict that including international brand.

This fashion create a unique form of dress. The cyber-punk look takes its influence

from gothic fashion and incorporates neon and metallic colors and so on.

Punk style in Harajuku is more of a fashion than a statement. Its fashion mainly consists of dark colors, plaid, chains,

and zippers.

Ganguro is a style that symbolizes the average American teenager. The term translates to ‘black-faced’. The basic

with bleached hair, dark skin, fake eyelashes and nails.

A cosplayer enthusiast will usually dress as a fictional or iconic character from a band, game, movie, anime, or manga

Ura-Hara is another section of Harajuku, which caters to a mostly male population interested in a hiphop,graffiti, and

skater fashion and culture.

In addition to Harajuku is its counterpart, known as Visual Kei. this refers to the style of bands and their fanbase. The

term Visual Kei literally means a ‘visual style of music’. The melodies of the music these bands perform often

resemble eighties rock, heavy metal, or techno.

gothic lolita






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