A rejoinder to 2008’s Obama Girl. Less boobs, more love!
For no discernible reason, someone dressed as Anpan man showed up at the Hanazono festival. He’s the #1 comic character for the nursery school through elementary school.
True to character, he tore off pieces of his face to feed strangers. He also offered red bean paste (in a purple plastic bag, below) with the bread that is his face. Not sure why this guy dressed up for the festival.
Other shrine visitors enjoyed his company, too!
Completely gratuitous photo of the food stall worker at Hanazono shrine’s festival in May.
Dressed for after-the-apocalypse roadside rough trade, this outfit and pose gave me a double take. Even in the heart of Harajuku and Omotesando, the audacity of leather shorts, too much waxing and tanning, and a studied nonchalance draws attention.
Did you know that gawking at this image helped solve cancer? Thanks, Cosmo! And good luck, Louis Smith, at London Olympics (he was bronze in pommel horse in Beijing).
I was impressed with these neon platform shoes, with clashing patterned tights and backpack on the platform of the JR Nakano station. Tokyo fashion inspires me to try harder.
Useful advice from this church. Seems to echo something I remember from Jesus Christ Superstar musical. Eternal salvation, financial success, and the gratitude of strangers can all be achieved with this simple technique. That costs nothing. Wow!
Grace Jones looks amazing. She’s still “keeping it up.” Hope the Queen got to see this ^ ^
I don’t think I ever expected a US president to say these words. It seems the arc of politics is bending towards equality.
It’s lovely to see the 20th century film filth goddess revived to promote self-expression and tolerance in the I am Divine Foundation. When did Mink Stole become an upper class lady? Also appearing are John Waters and some of RuPaul’s Drag Race performers.