Friday, November 26, 2010

Around The Blogosphere 26 November 2010

posted by Fauna at chinaSMACK - ...the latest updates to the recent internet controversy surrounding a “crush fetish” video, in which the young beautiful girl pictured above sits on a plate of glass crushing a little rabbit underneath...

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It all began in Japan’s Harajuku district in Tokyo, where many young people began to look a modern haircut that match with the classic style of many Japanese. It is no coincidence that this trend started there because it is leading a neighborhood where new styles and trends. Every time we were soaked over Japanese culture in all walks of life: food, lifestyle or fashion. Referring to the clothes, the whole world has ever heard of the Lolitas and the truth is that he was unaware of the wide range of styles and sub styles that make up this particular fashion as Japanese pop culture often focus in Harajuku.

On weekends, the streets of this district in Tokyo filled with young men dressed in colorful clothes, thousands of coats, accessories of the most curious, very creative and unique style (impossible to find someone wearing the same). There is a wide variety of categories, so broad that you end up in a chaos of styles, types of lolitas and more. I chose some of them and I would not mess up describing.
What is certain is that this movement has spent decades working and is part of a peculiarity of Tokyo that has already been exported to other countries (remember the video for Gwen Stefany), even in Barcelona it is possible to find a shop specializing in this style Harajuku short time ago Madame Chocolat shop.

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