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Tokyo Collection by Emma Göttwald Inspired by Harajuku Fashion

Lauren Salapatek | April 29, 2016 | 8:58 AM
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Emma Göttwald of Royals Hair in Sydney Australia presents her latest collection - Toyko.

Tokyo street fashion, especially the Harajuku district in Shibuya, Tokyo heavily influenced Göttwald's collection, beginning with an image of a Japanese tattoo Emma found on the internet.

After sifting through an endless spiral of Japanese images, Göttwald was intrigued by images of the Harajuku girls and boys, instantly mesmerised by the stylish and colorful style. The style is so distinct, unique and recognizable even though it includes so many elements often all mixed together with both Eastern and Western influences.

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