I spent last week in Tokyo and Kyoto. While I was technically on a holiday, there's so much fashion-related stuff going on that I couldn't help but make a few observations. Click through to see what I saw. Or at least the filtered version.
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Karl Lagerfeld Goes to Japan, Makes Some Observations About Japanese People and Their 'Junk Food' Beauty
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