Following on from the enormous success of Fruits, Fresh Fruits features the latest from Tokyo based Fruits Magazine.
Fresh Fruits uncovers how street fashion has changed in the downtown districts of Tokyo as seen through the eye of Japanese fashion photographer Shoichi Aoki.
Sublime in its simplicity, Fresh Fruits captures the strange and often 'surreal' fashion sense of Japanese teenagers
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 272 pages, Reinforced binding 268 colour illustrations
- Publisher: Phaidon Press Ltd
- Publication Date: 20/05/2005
- Category: Photographs: collections
- ISBN: 9780714845104
- Cards from £9.75
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Review by djfifitrix
I love Japanese culture and especially Japanese takes on fashion, so was looking forward to this, the second of the 'Fruits' books, but this one dissappointed me - it's not as good as the first one (Fruits) or the dedicated Gothic & Lolita book. I think the best photo's all went into the first book. But, since we are all individuals and have an eye for things we like/dislike, this is just my opinion on the fashion shown throughout this particular book - others may really like what they see!