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We have a love/hate affair with Japanese fashion. To be specific, we love the clothes, but hate how hard it is to get hold of the stuff. This New York Times pieces gets to grips with just why Japanese clothing is so hard to get hold of outside of the area and what’s being done about it.

While there are a few omissions in the piece – it ignores Visvims and Kolor’s recent showings in Paris and says that Uniqlo isn’t popular with the trendsetting pack – it’s an interesting article that’s well worth a look. Read it here.

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