The ‘Mademoiselle Privé‘ exhibition, dedicated to Gabrielle Chanel, was in Shangai -mainland China- last Spring, it is now open to the public in Tokyo, at the B&C Hall, Tennoz Isle, Shinagawa (actually close to Odaiba). Chanel Ambassador Nana Komatsu was there on Thursday 17 for a media/press coverage, two days before the opening for the general public. The exhibition will last until December 1.
Yesterday* in Tokyo, at the T-Joy Prince Cinema (Shinagawa Prince Hotel in Takanawa), there was a promo event for Closed Ward aka Family of Strangers, Hideyuki Harama‘s new film due for release in Japan on November 1. Co-stars Nana Komatsu and Tsurube Shofukutei attended as well as supporting actresses Reiko Kataoka, Satomi Kobayashi and director Harayama. Veteran actor Shofukutei was delighted when the actresses offered him gifts, among them a knitted hat from his young co-star Nana Komatsu.*(Japanese time)
Nana Komatsu graces the cover of the December 2019 edition of Mina Magazine (pic at the end of the article). Over a year and a half ago she surprised the public and her fans when she appeared with a short hair brand new look while promoting her new film –Kids on the Slope– in February 2018. In the following months she made the cover of several magazines, here is the photoshoot for Mina, July issue.
The forthcoming release of Madame Figaro Japan with Nana Komatsu and Ayami Nakajo on the cover (December issue) is a good opportunity to be reminded of a previous collaboration for Vogue Japan in 2016: photoshoot and clip by German photographer and director Ellen von Unwerth.
Late 2000s, early 2010s, a new street fashion style emerged in places like Harajuku in Tokyo, the Mori Girl: The idea of the mori girl is to look like she’s just come from living in the woods. A mori girl starts her wardrobe with the colors of the earth like white, cream, brown, and gray. Other added colors tend to be dusty and gentle. Light layers and loose silhouettes are a must, and then come the accessories. Long necklaces, low heeled shoes, natural makeup and hair, and plenty of lace complete the look (Lindsay Erin)