108 posts tagged shironuri
[This is the first post about Minori on TokyoFashion.]
Here’s Minori, a super friendly Japanese artist/designer who attracts a lot of attention wherever shes goes. She stands out even in Harajuku! Minori is a well-known personality in Tokyo’s Shiro-Nuri (white painted skin) subculture. Minori has been featured in Japanese fashion magazines as well as appearing on numerous television programs.
Minori wears outfits – and makeup – which she designs and creates herself, often be “remaking” existing fashion. Her outfit here features a kimono coat (haori) top over a long polka dot skirt, lolita shoes, a parasol, hat, and various cute accessories.
The first time we ever met Minori in Harajuku, we just took this quick photo for Flickr.
I was painted roses.
Kiomono remade by minori.
"Never give up! Keep doing what you like!”
Japanese shironuri artist Minori posing with a group of schoolgirls on the street in Harajuku. Whenever Minori is wandering around Harajuku, so many people stop to take pictures with her.
Japanese shironuri artist Minori on the street in Harajuku wearing a vintage and remake outfit in green and white. The Astro Boy graffiti in the background of the first pic is by the street artist Space Invader. Full Look
Well-known Harajuku shironuri Uri wearing a black outfit with an Angelic Pretty star bag and Vivienne Westwood rocking horse shoes.
Takkun is a Japanese shinonuri who we photographed in Harajuku. His gothic look features a lace-trimmed dress, a corset, Yosuke platforms, and a subdermal implant.