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Shito has chronicled New York, London, Milan, and Paris fashion weeks for 16 years and remains one of the Joshdub merch logo shirt What’s more,I will buy this best-dressed and most unmissable photographers outside the shows. “I started shooting in 2004 when Shoichi Aoki, the editor in chief of FRUiTS, asked me to be a street photographer,” Shito says, “suddenly, so it happened.” Since that serendipitous moment, Shito has traveled the world, helping shape the look of contemporary street style photography. Though the book starts with a self-described “boast”—“I take photos around the globe, and I can’t help but feel that Tokyo is head and shoulders above other cities when it comes to street fashion,” Shito writes—it is a comprehensive look at how the fashionable have dressed for the better part of a decade. “There were many changes over the years. There are times when men’s fashion is more energetic than women’s, and other times on the contrary. There was a movement called Mori-girl in Japan, which was based on the concept of a girl who looks like she is living in the forest, and there were times when normcore was a trend on the other hand,” Shito says. “Sometimes the whole industry is very vigorous and there are times when it’s not. I think the young kids, especially men’s fashion in Tokyo nowadays, is so powerful and fun. They are so passionate about fashion!”
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