The heat cannot stop fashion. Not in Shibuya.
This blond with the jagged bag seems to enjoy extreme fashion. Rock on in your all black unconventional shape.
These ‘bad boys’ are sporting the newest accessory: baby carriages. Glad to see that fatherhood doesn’t get in the way of fashion.
In the center of the giant crosswalk separating retail-focused Shinjuku with pleasure-focused Kabukicho. Of course, I meant to capture more clearly his fashion and not hers. His was very on trend: matching camo shorts and top, deep tan, well-coiffed hair and mustache.
Riding a bike is my preferred way to enter the madness of Shinjuku. Summer fashion is always the best: colorful tennis shoes with gold wings, short shorts, deep tans, and big hair.
It should be obvious to regular readers that I ride the train a lot in and around Tokyo. How else could I become inspired by the men’s street fashion that is constantly on parade. Maybe I could try the hair-pins on my men’s wig? It seems like a younger men’s fashion.
Nakano can be very casual. I’ve seen crocs, slippers, pajamas, and room wear of every type. But even I was taken back by this odd juxtaposition. Was this sexy shorts and business top intentional, or did something happen to his dress pants? I love how he’s bringing attention to this fashion conundrum, and his immediate audience seem like conservative office ladies. Oh, Nakano!
All during May and into June, I’ve been noticing the strangest seasonal fashion: wool cap paired with shorts. I certainly appreciate the start of shorts season, and maybe these men find the wool cap allows them to bare their legs earlier. I, on the other hand, have long packed away all my woolens.
Best part of this photo is that his hat matches the train, and his shirt the platform tiles.
Only the make-up artist fails to be distracted by my presence. Make that boy look pretty!
Welcome to the farmers market. Haute hippie fashion, and nutritious food.