Presentation on theme: "Japanese Fashion. Japanese Fashion // Index A quick glance – Western stereotypes – Japanese equivalent Street Fashion per District."— Presentation transcript:
Japanese Fashion // Index A quick glance – Western stereotypes – Japanese equivalent Street Fashion per District
Fashion // Street Western street fashion
Fashion // Street Japanese street - normal
Fashion // Akihabara Explain Considered the Mecca of Otakus everywhere – host to various shops – such as video games, manga and anime related stuff and what have you. People in Akihabara tend to dress up either in cosplay, or their own personal style. Fashion trends have little place here.
Fashion // Akihabara - photos Some Photos
Fashion // Shibuya Comparison Trends are extremely fast in Shibuya. This place is mostly for teenagers and early 20s, with a focus on University Students.
Fashion // Shibuya - Shops Shops Various popular fashion shops – 109, Moussy, Cecil Mcbee, Parco, Beams, Journal Standard, American Rag Cie., Beauty & Youth, And A, Rosebud, Marui Young, Marui Jam, Slap Shot, Tomorrowland, ABC Mart, Loft, Tokyu Hands, Chimaera Luxe, Franc Franc, Afternoon Tea, Timeless Comfort
Fashion // Harajuku Explain Like in Shibuya, people who frequent Harajuku tend to pay attention to trends. Some people in Harajuku also cosplay. The district is famous among designers around the world.
Art/Media // Aesthetics Appearance / School / Japanese
Music // Rock Linkin Park
Music // Rock Metallica
Music // Rock Evanescence
Music // Rock L'Arc-en-Ciel
Music // Rock Dir En Grey
Music // Rock An Cafe
Japanese Pop Culture // fin Western – Simple – Masculine – Sexiness Japanese – Sophisticated – Androgynous – Kawaii / cute