This is spread of fashion editorials from a Japanese magazine strikes my eye for its photography, styling and theme. The photography isn’t too polished or finished; it is raw, real and engaging. Feeling more like emerging talent as opposed to a fashion editorial, they look like spontaneous fashion moments captured on film. I admire the “lack of professionalism”. It is consistent with the values of Yohji Yamamoto–the virtue that perfection is inhuman, and that distortion and scars are aesthetically beautiful.