T.M. Revolution is prettier than your faves
Nishikawa Takanori (aka T.M.Revolution) made his modeling debut disguising himself as ‘Nishikawa Takako’ on the April issue of women’s fashion magazine “CanCam” (released on February 23rd).
This is not the first time Nishikawa has disguised himself as a woman. He has also done so on the jacket covers for his albums “UNDER : COVER” (released in 2006) and “UNDER : COVER 2” (to be released on the 27th), and he also performed AKB48’s and Kyary Pamyu Pamyu’s songs while dressed like them at his new year live concerts.
Nishikawa’s appearance on CanCam is a part of the magazine’s popular project “Masaka Watashi ga Can-ryu ni!?”, in which celebrities from
different fields experience the ‘CanCam-style’ fashion and make-up. Previously, it has featured Kyary Pamyu Pamyu, Momoiro Clover Z, Tsuchiya Anna, Watanabe Naomi, and more.
On the magazine, Nishikawa became an OL (*stands for office lady = female office worker) “Takako” who is in charge of sales at a company in
Tokyo, and she shows spring fashion through three scenes from OL’s daily life.