Sunday, May 14, 2006
Japanese Fashion Feminisation
Originally uploaded by timtak.
In the West there seems to be a gradual masculinisation of fashion. Both boys and girls wear jeans (formerly male labourer's garb) and T-shirts (formerly boys sports wear). In Japan however, fashion is feminised. The guys have taken to wearing make up, and the girls tend towards the ultra-cute.
Labels: japan, japanese culture, nihonbunka, 日本文化
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