Genderless Kei - Japan’s Hot New Fashion Trend
Tokyo Fashion
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I get a strong impression of 80s throwback, painted on top of shota/lolicon aesthetic (you know, without the sexualized angle — at least, until some of those artists get ahold of it).

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