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Kiko Mizuhara by Velwyn Yossy

published on 2 November 2018

“I was asked to pick out the theme [for a shoot with Monika Mogi] and I made a point that we are all Earthians because, at that time, there was an argument on my racial grounds in Japan. So I created this complete character for the shoot, for Ginza magazine of October 2017. A girl from outer space who was amused, puzzled and felt comforted by looking at humans on the earth.”

- Kiko Mizuhara

“I was asked to pick out the theme [for a shoot with Monika Mogi] and I made a point that we are all Earthians because, at that time, there was an argument on my racial grounds in Japan. So I created this complete character for the shoot, for Ginza magazine of October 2017. A girl from outer space who was amused, puzzled and felt comforted by looking at humans on the earth.”

Illustration: Velwyn Yossy
'Ginza Magazine' Issue 10, Photography: Monika Mogi Styling: Shun Watanabe Clothing: Undercover A/W 17 Headpiece: Handmade by Yacco Mura Nails: Eichi Matsunaga
Model:
Kiko Mizuhara
Illustration by:
Velwyn Yossy

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