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Thursday, 1 January 2015
WHATS NOW? PATA HIZI CLIPS'' YANI NDIYO THE TALK OF TRADERS & DESIGNERS'' FLORA LYIMO TZUK ATAANZA KUZIUZA SOON ' MBUTA NANGA!!
Cheerful: This bright ensemble is lifted by the addition of a mini crown - something also seen at Dolce & Gabanna'
Among the most creative of all is the hair clips' most devoted group of admirers, the Kawaii style tribe which sees girls - and some boys - dressing to show off their individuality with takes on the look ranging from the Lolita (sweet and girly) to Gotchi (Gothic).
The antithesis of fake-tanned hair-extensioned TOWIE chic, Kawaii girls like pink, kitsch, tutus, delicate dabs of glitter, enormous false lashes, ultra pale skin - and plenty of hair clips.
The most common Kawaii style is named the 'classic Lolita', which despite referencing the Nabokov novel in the name, has nothing to do with looking sexy and everything to do with achieving a look that is as cute, girlish and pretty as possible.
Based on frilled and furbelowed Victorian styles combined with a hint of goth, girls hope to achieve a porcelain-doll look using lashings of lace, ribbon, bows, ruffles, bloomers, aprons, and ruffled petticoats.
Then there's the 'Sweet Lolita' look. Featuring even more ribbons, bows, and lace, than the 'Classic Lolita', it leaves out the gothic elements in favour of pastels.
Mixing it up: Like Japan's fashionistas, the Bana are fond of mixing up their hair clips with piles of jewellery - including head bands''
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Good look: Bright hair clips are not a female-only trend for the Bana as this boy demonstrates. Bright sunglasses are also popular'' HIVI MNAZIKUMBUKA HIZI CLIPS'' YANI NI TREND YA ZAMANI SANA ''SASA IMEJIRUDI'' HII SUMMER 2015 NDIYO ZITAKAZO VALIWA ZAIDI ..SASA WACHA MADUKA YAFUNGULIWE AND FLORA LYIMO TZUK ONLY WANT 50 SHOP'S ''MBUTA NANGA''RUWA MANGI''
Intricate: This man has used red and blue hair clips to keep his fringe in place and has accessorised the whole thing with a feather''
Matching: This colourful pair have opted for a similar colour scheme, matching striped shirts and bright beaded arm bands''
Fairy Kei is also popular and involves giant bow headdresses or bonnets, teamed with lighter, less extreme make-up.
For the Bana, getting dressed is less about showing individuality and more about looking as bright and cheerful as possible. Beadwork has long been part of their culture, with many opting for colourful beaded headbands - sometimes combined with the hair clips.
Others, regardless of sex and age, adorn themselves with piles of arm bands, heavy metal necklaces and beaded belts in eye-popping shades of yellow and crimson.
However they are worn, piles of colourful hair clips have proved one of the most universally popular trends of 2014, with devotees also spotted at Glastonbury in the summer and at festivals across the globe.
And with scores of colourful hair accessories cropping up on the S/S15 catwalk, it is probably just a matter of time before they show up on a high street near you.
More is more: This lady has combined no less than three clusters of hair clips with huge beaded earrings, a lariat and a head band''
Beautiful: As this photo reveals, her simple t-shirt is almost hidden by her beaded belt and breast plate and she also carries an umbrella''
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Mix and match: Head bands aren't the only way to brighten up a look. Headscarves and bold earrings also go well with the piles of clips''