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Japanese Street-Fashion

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by JessicaS2021
Last updated 2 years ago

Discipline:
World Languages
Subject:
Japanese
Grade:
6

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Japan is where Fashion, Culture, Art, and identity mix in the most fantastic ways Imaginable, Fashion is not just a statement in Japan..... It a way of life. Here are some fashion street styles...

Japanese Street-Fashion

Est: Late 1990Lolita is one of the largest street fashions in Japan and has an active global community. Characterized by modest, hight quality Victorian-Era clothing with a ''Cupcake'' Silhouette. The most Well-Known Lolita Styles are Sweet, Classic, punk, etc.

Decora

Rockabilly

Bosozoku

Lolita

Kogal

Est: Early 1990'sA General term used to describe Fashion-Conscious high school girls with their own distinctive slang. Outfits consist of uniforms with shortened skirts, loose sock, dyed hair, and tan skin. Although Kogal Culture peaked in 1998, the media continues to sterotype School-Girl Fashion

Est: Late 1990Decora is Characterized by brightly-colored prints and many layers of accessories. Common details include character-based items and patterned surgical masks. (wierd, right) The style merged with and was replaced by Fairy Kei, Pop Kei (another fashion) and Ott Lolita in the late 2000's

Ganguro

Est: Mid 1990'sCharacter by Extremely tan skin, bleached hair and white concealer around the eyes and lips. They wear brightly-colored outfits, facial gems, lots of jewlery, and hawiian leis. The phenomenon stems from a rebellious contradiction of traditional japanese beauty and an alleged fascination with 90's Black Celebrities and Claifornia beach aesthetics. The trend died out by the early 2000's and it successors, yamanba and manba, are also out of style.

Est: Early 1980'sJapanese Rockabillies emulate the 1950's American Grease (or Greaser) style, music, and culture. The Tokyo Rockabilly club meets in Yoyogi park on Sundays to Socialize, have fun, and dance. Some Dancebreak and many even reenact choreography from classic american flims

Est: 1950'sBosozuko is a subculture associated with customized motorcycles and gangs. Members wear pilot jumpsuits and are often portrayed in pop culture and manga like ''Akira''. Participation has fallen: 42,510 members in 1982 to only 9064 members in 2011.


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