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Gothic and Lolita Paperback – May 1, 2007
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Yoshinaga is one of the leading fashion and reportage photographers of his generation, whose images appear in such prestigious magazines as Studio Voice, Dazed & Confused. He lives in, and continues to investigate, the subcultures of Tokyo.
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There are a lot more instances of designer brands that I recognize and can afford. 'Fruits' and 'Fresh Fruits', both featured couture designer brands that were out of my league. This book has a good deal of affordable brands like, Morbid, Cyber Dog, Lip Service, Metamorphose, etc...
The text is short, just as in the previous books. Just name and age of fashionista. And a brief synopsis: point of fashion, designer brand or where they got their clothes, and current obsession. The font is still simple and small. At times STILL hell to read. But they did keep the colors of the font a consistent red and green. An improvement over some of the impossible candy colored text of the 'Fruits' books.
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