Tokyo Urban Culture: Illustrations, Street Style and Rockers

TOKYO CITY GUIDE : CULTURE / STREET LOOK

Tokyo-Illustrations de Christophe Prébois-1-Photo Mademoiselle Le K-copyright 2014

Tokyo Illustrations of Christophe Prebois

Tokyo-Illustrations de Christophe Prébois-2-Photo Mademoiselle Le K-copyright 2014

Coffee shop, short break after a traditional fabrics hunting with Christophe Prebois, the fashion designer of Brutals (stylish shirts for men).

A notebook on table : sketches and draws of Christophe’s travel in Japan. Some sketches look like photos. Others remind me the rythm of fabrics prints. I look at them, take pictures. Such beautiful illustrations!

Tokyo-Illustrations de Christophe Prébois-3-Photo Mademoiselle Le K-copyright 2014Tokyo-Illustrations de Christophe Prébois-4-Photo Mademoiselle Le K-copyright 2014

Street Style

“Let’s walk in the woods, while the little blue hood … there! ” A week of real street looks: snapshots on the board below.

Between kawaii kawaiiiiiiii pink and holder Stockings in Harajuku, multicolored polka dots and green boots in Omotesando and eighties revival with slippers in Yoyogi Park. Coach, I sign for another week!

Tokyo Street Look-Japan-Photo Mademoiselle Le K-copyright 2014

The Rockers of Yoyogi Park Vs The Shibuya Girls Fashion Shows

Right, I’ve often met the most xtreme rockers! Here are the dancers rockers of Yoyogi Park. Impressive mix of unique hairstyle with acrobatic jumps. They are the real “characters” of Yoyogi Park.

It was reckoning without the intrusion of Kawaii Land: why do these fashion teens rush with such frenzy? Fashion shows open to public.

Rockers Vs Shibuya Girls Fashion Show-Tokyo-Japan-3-Photo Mademoiselle Le K-copyright 2014

If you want to check out the Shibuya girl style (the fashion tribe not the brand): visit the famous department store 109… in Shibuya of course!

Me, I can’t stand the bad techno musics loudly played in the differents shops there. Plus the chorus of non stop « sumimasen » shouted by salespersons. And I don’t like the outfits too, pretty boring. Harajuku is much more fun! 

DOMO ARIGATO TO ALL OF YOU!

Photos : Mademoiselle Le K – copyright 2014, tous droits réservés.

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