Catching our eye on the Harajuku street is this trio sporting winter streetwear styles. Let’s take a closer look at their ensembles:
At the left is Eiki, a Japanese office worker. Eiki is dressed in a black knit coat, worn over a shirt and paired with cuffed denim pants, all of which are from Okura. He finished off his look with black Dr. Martens lace-up shoes, a denim fringed neck scarf, and a long blue sling bag, also from Okura. He loves to shop at Okura, and he likes the music of Mizuhi Fuari.
Sporting long silver hair at the middle is Susumu. The stylish Japanese office worker stepped out in a head-to-toe outfit from Yohji Yamamoto, which consists of an olive green coat, a black-and-red long button down shirt, black wide leg pants, and a pair of black-and-red leather shoes. He accessorized his look with dark green round sunglasses from Yohji Yamamoto, a black knotted pendant necklace, and a silver knuckle ring. He is also carrying a red assistive cane. Susumu likes listening to Mizuhi Fuari and Buddha Bar. Check out his stylish streetwear feed on Instagram.
Meanwhile, Aoba is clad in a black coat with distressed hems from Ground Y, styled with a plain white shirt and black pants, both of which are also from Ground Y. The Japanese artist finished off his street style with black Dr. Martens boots, a black bucket hat, a grey printed scarf with fringes, and a black leather Yohji Yamamoto tote bag from Ground Y. Aoba’s fashion favorites include Yohji Yamamoto, Y-3 and Ground Y, and he loves the music of Buddha Bar and Mizuhi Fuari.
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