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Street Snaps: Kyary Pamyu Pamyu in NYC

Whenever there's a line everyone wants to know what's going on.
While I wasn't able to go to the Kyary Pamyu Pamyu concert, I did decide to grab my camera, a handful of business cards, and go check out the lines anyways. There were some new and old faces, and even some surprise ones as well!  Pink and pastels were an overarching style, but everyone had their own take on their love for the Japanese pop star.

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ParfaitDoll and Magic a la Mode at the front of the line!

Everyone wants in on the action.

Sebastian Masuda and ParfaitDoll just chilling in front of Toys R Us.

Friends just happy to be line.

Passing the time by posing for pictures.

Butterfly shoes to fly this girl to the front.

No bones about it - this girl has style.

Don't mind us, we're just dandy.

Coffee break.

Just flan.

Monster shoes and dressy bows.

A signature move.

Rocking it out before hopping into line.

A matching couple that is too adorable for words.

It was windy and cold.

But girls came out in style.

The eyes have it - these girls are ready for Kyary.

Group photos abound!

Friends don't let friends go to Kyary without candy.

Pastels was a big theme.

Also excess.

And lots of eyes.
Black tends to stand out in the crowd.

But over the top pastels work too.

In the end, you know everyone is going to have fun no matter what because they are all together.


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