Tokyo Fashion News
A giant Hello Kitty sculpture lands in New York City as Japanese artist Sebastian Masuda’s “Time After Time Capsule” project explores the power of kawaii.
The “Virtual Busters” collection by Japanese fashion brand Buccal Cone – featuring concept images, models wearing pieces from the collection, and photos of the brand’s Harajuku exhibition.
Information on the 2015-16 A/W collection exhibition of the independent Japanese streetwear brand Buccal Cone.
The Tokyo Taxi Association has launched an English-language app to make hailing a taxi in Tokyo even easier than it already is.
150+ picture of traditional Japanese furisode kimono and hakama on Coming Of Age Day in Japan 2015.
A short video documentary on Japanese streetwear designer Shohei Kato and a behind the scenes look at his popular-in-Harajuku fashion brand HEIHEI.
Harajuku’s quirky, kitschy, and popular boutique Bunkaya Zakkaten will close its door in January after a combined 40 years in Tokyo’s Harajuku and Shibuya neighborhoods.
Japanese artist – and 6%DOKIDOKI founder – Sebastian Masuda will bring his kawaii art back to the United States during the Art Basel Miami event in Florida.