Fashion news from Tokyo, Japan.
Tokyo's famous Harajuku neighborhood gained a new boutique with the July 14th opening of Bunker Tokyo. Bunker aims to carve out a unique niche - in a locale renowned for unique fashion - by focusing on independent up-and-coming Russian and
Tokyo Fashion is proud to introduce a new original video interview series called "Our Streets, My Style". While street snaps are great for showcasing the eclectic fashion of Tokyo, the stories of the people featured our daily photographs are often
Dice-K is a young Japanese fashion designer and creative whose brand GlamHate - which celebrates vampires, glam ... and hate - has just released its second collection. The concept of the new GlamHate "VAMPYRE" collection was inspired by Dice-K's revelation
Fanatic Tokyo – a Japanese street style print magazine launched in the Spring of 2017 – released their third issue last month. To celebrate, they held a fashion and music event at club WOMB in Shibuya. The suggested dress code
Fanatic Tokyo - a new Japanese street style print magazine launched this spring - released their second issue last week. To celebrate, they held a release party at the famous club WOMB in Shibuya. The suggested dress code of the
With recent announcements by FRUiTS Magazine and KERA Magazine that they have ceased publishing print editions, it may be tempting to believe that all of the news coming out of Harajuku is bad. Fortunately, there is good news as well.
Japanese streetwear brand BERCERK skipped the runway and brought their Spring collection directly to the rainy streets of Harajuku - the youth-centric Tokyo neighborhood where the brand was born. Guerilla fashion show on the streets of Harajuku by BERCERK Founded
Haruka Kurebayashi is a well known Japanese magazine model, a popular Harajuku street style personality, and - in the last year - a frequent guest on Japanese television shows. Regardless of all of the other projects with which Kurebayashi is
Japanese fashion designer Michiko Koshino - famous around the globe for her groundbreaking 1980s and 1990s UK clubwear and streetwear creations under the Michiko London label - held her first Harajuku fashion show in seventeen years on Friday night. The
Japanese fashion brand NIIMI (previously known as Buccal Cone) has been a force on the streets of Harajuku for the last few years. Launched by young designer Takeru Niimi while he was working at the avant-garde Tokyo boutique Dog Harajuku,