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Decora is one of the Japanese fashion subcultures that helped to make Harajuku famous around the world back in the 1990s. While decora isn’t as popular as it once was, there is still a core group of cheerful Harajuku kids who keep the style alive on the streets. Japanese street styles change over the years, but decora still revolves around one key element – lots and lots of kawaii and colorful hair clips. There were plenty of cute hair clips on display this weekend as Tokyo decora fans gathered for a fashion walk around the streets of Harajuku.
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Long Beach Museum of Art had a genius idea to allow street artists a blank canvas in their exhibitions, allowing them to create their own works as they see fit. The exhibition that took place on June 26th, was known as “Vitality and Verve: Transforming the Urban Landscape” which displayed works of not just street artists who are taking a new approach, but studio artists trying their hand at street art. Seems to have been an ephemeral exercise, explains Ron Nelson, Executive Director of the Long Beach Museum of Art. “Once the exhibition ends, the walls will be repainted and prepared for the next exhibition.
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