Love the lifeguard beanie. But I do worry about the many Japanese who embrace tanning until they reach a deep mahogany. Is no one thinking about skin cancer or how their skin will look when they pass 35?
The problem with all the deep tanning in Japan is that it’s hard to see the ample tattoos. I like this tete-a-tete.
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.