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2004/24/5 Magazine, STREET magazine no. 129, paper, published Shoichi Aoki, Tokyo, Japan, 2002. Click to enlarge.

Magazine 'STREET' no.120 Japan

Published
Shoichi Aoki and Noriko Kojima started publishing STREET magazine in 1985 with the aim of introducing alternative European street fashion to Japan. The magazine is largely devoted to photographs of people on the streets of London and Paris with occasional special issues on American. London is the focus of this issue (no. 129, 2002). STREET is the precursor to Shoichi Aoki's cult alternative Japanese street fashion magazine FRUiTS which was launched in 1997.

Summary

Object No.

2004/24/5

Object Statement

Magazine, STREET magazine no. 129, paper, published Shoichi Aoki, Tokyo, Japan, 2002

Physical Description

Magazine, STREET magazine no. 129, paper, Shoichi Aoki, Tokyo, Japan, 2002.

Colour printed, 77 page magazine. STREET is a street fashion magazine which was established in 1985 by Shoichi Aoki and Noriko Kojima. Apart from a break between 2000 and 2002, the magazine has been in publication ever since. This issue, no. 129 from 2002, has a focus on London. Contains images of people wearing their fashion on the street.

Dimensions

Height

275 mm

Width

205 mm

Depth

6 mm

Source

Credit Line

Gift of Shoichi Aoki, 2003

Acquisition Date

19 February 2004

Cite this Object

Harvard

Magazine 'STREET' no.120 Japan 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 8 December 2021, <https://ma.as/319832>

Wikipedia

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