…it’s because of the cute boys.
Of course, I told you before how at I met my first-ever Japanese “pretty boy” (and awesome wild child) through the pastel covers of Non-no. I was 22 years old and curiously going through the magazine collection at the Manila Shimbun library.
And so Non-no decided to make my January just a little bit mooooore sweet 🙂
I won’t argue with them though. Cos this January, featured in the pages are just some of the most talented (and hottest, I must say) men from the land of the rising sun and panty vending machines 🙂
And to make sure that Arashians are happy beyond disbelief, Non-no decided to give us these pages too:
My favorite fashion magazine splurged four more pages with individual pictures of the other boys. I am of course posting my Jun-kun’s page, but I have pics of the other boys too! (let me know if you want a copy, I’d be glad to send one your way. Yeah — we Stormy girls should be sticking together 🙂 )
Well, here are some of the other pictures, for your viewing pleasure:
(WARNING! PICTURE HEAVY!)
My only gripe is that this ad campaign hasn’t died a natural death…YET:
And because we are talking of a fashion magazine here, of course — here are some clothes that I wouldn’t mind having as soon as my “struggling, broke and poor new employee” phase comes to an end:
CanCam, Anecan, NYLON Japan, Popteen, Jj and Vivi — just some of my latest favorite Japanese fashion magazines. But, Non-no will always have the top spot in my heart. Non-no is my first ever Japanese fashion magazine (when I started collecting). While the styling featured in its pages are more subdued and appeals more to the “cutesy, girly” part of me, I will always remember the wicked street stylings featured in its pages circa 2002-2003.