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Manuel Marino Music Composer

The Japanese are not only renowned for their expertise in cutting-edge gadgets and technology but also for their exceptional street fashion sense. In major cities like Harajuku and Tokyo, you’ll find individuals showcasing their unique styles, ranging from quirky to stunning outfits that many of us wouldn’t dare to wear.

Walking through these streets, you’ll encounter people dressed in eye-catching headdresses, leopard print tops and bottoms paired with red and white striped tights, and bold scarlet shoes. It’s more like a fashion runway than a typical street, with colorfully dressed individuals going to work or hanging out in nearby coffee shops.

Drawing inspiration from the diverse and vibrant clothing of Harajuku’s residents, it’s clear that street style isn’t just for punks with metal-studded boots, leather jackets, and body piercings. Japanese street fashion is about experimenting with colors and creatively coordinating your outfit to make a bold statement.

People in Japan love Artists Psychology - Here's an interesting exclusive article Roland d’Humières, 56 years old psycho-analyst from Aix en Provence (France) has written for our Weblog. I think it to be a very interesting writing about the artists psychology, or maybe "arts psychology", what's behind an artists mind. Artists Psychology Whatever is his/her Art, painting, music, dance, writing, or any… to walk, and they treat the streets as their personal fashion runways. Observing the bustling streets, you’ll notice that stylish clothing isn’t exclusive to the younger generation – even older individuals can be seen wearing fashionable outfits. For example, an elderly man might don a full felt suit with a striking red scarf as a finishing touch.

Many of these individuals don’t follow fashion magazines but instead develop their own homegrown styles. It’s worth trying out a flamboyant look occasionally to gauge the reactions of those around you. Wearing bold colors and eye-catching outfits doesn’t mean dressing like a clown – it’s about showcasing your fashion sense while remaining silent.

In today’s world, many people are interested in fashion and exploring styles from other parts of the globe can be an exciting venture. Embracing the vibrant and daring street style of Japan could be a refreshing change and a great way to express your creativity An Artist Portrait (Part One) - This is a fantastic article written exclusively for my Weblog by Frank V. Cahoj. Please feel free to comment here or send him emails. He'll be happy of this. An Artist Portrait (Part One) My name is Frank Cahoj and I have been an artist since I was born. I can say this in confidence without… through fashion.

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