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Angura Kei is a Japanese fashion subculture that emerged in the 1960s as a subgenre of Visual Kei. The term "Angura" is derived from the Japanese word for "underground," and Kei means "style" or "type." This style is known for its eclectic mix of vintage and modern clothing, with a focus on unconventional and avant-garde styles.  It is characterized by dark, moody colors, unconventional silhouettes, and dramatic makeup and hairstyles. Angura Kei fashion is all about expressing individuality and embracing alternative fashion aesthetics. This magazine is modeled off of MGAZETTE, a popular visual kei music and fashion magazine in Japan, known for featuring influential bands and showcasing the latest visual kei fashion trends.

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