Japanese Street Fashion Style

Japan start to copy Western fashion during the middle of the 19th century. By the beginning of the 21st century it had transformed into what is recognized today as 'japan street fashion'. The term 'japan street fashion' is use to explain fashion where the wearer customize outfits by implement a mixture of current and traditional trends. Such clothes are commonly home-made with the use of material buy at stores.

Japanese Street Fashion Style

This time there are various styles of dress in Japan, produced from a mix of both local and foreign brand. Some of these styles are extreme and avant-garde, related to the haute couture find out on European catwalks. The trends has been write down by Shoichi Aoki since 1997 in the fashion magazine FRUiTS, which is a famous magazine for the campaign of street fashion in Japan.

Lately Japanese hip-hop, which has long been exist in the middle of underground Tokyo's club scene, has influenced the majority fashion industry. The reputation of the music is so influential that Tokyo's youth are duplicate their favorite hip hop stars from the way they dress up with over-sized costume to tanned skin.

The design of darkening one's skin (Japanese street fashion) to more likely resemble an American hip-hop star or ethnic group may look like a fad, but this subculture, the black facers, do not remarkably set themselves separately from many other sub cultures that have emerged as a result of hip hop

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