Harajuku Fashion Walk #15 – Kawaii Street Style Pictures & Video
Harajuku Fashion Walk #15 was held in Harajuku last weekend! We’ve been covering it since the very first Harajuku Fashion Walk in 2010, so it’s amazing for us to think that this was the 15th edition of the walk. Colorful Tokyoites joined forces with international participants, using the power of fashion to brighten up the streets of Harajuku.
Harajuku Fashion Walk’s goal is to create a supportive fun event for people into alternative Japanese street fashion. If you’d like to know more about the history of the event and it’s organizers, check out our Harajuku Fashion Walk Documentary on YouTube.
The 15th Harajuku Fashion Walk featured lots of different styles – from colorful decora and fairy kei to darker gothic and lolita looks to subculture styles like shironuri. Rather than try to describe all of the different looks on display, just check out the pictures and video below for yourself. Enjoy Harajuku Fashion Walk #15 and also check out our street snaps from the event!
Harajuku Fashion Walk #15 Video
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Harajuku Fashion Walk #15 Pictures
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If you liked these pics, don’t miss our Harajuku Fashion Walk #15 street snaps.
Thank you to Junnyan and all of the Harajuku Fashion Walk organizers for inviting us to their event! For more info on upcoming Harajuku fashion events, follow HFW on Twitter.
Photos by Kira. Video by Kaila
About the photographer:
Born in Japan, educated in Japan and the US, Kira shoots exclusively with Canon DSLRs. Photography assignments include fashion, bands, sporting events, and portraiture for various companies and bands throughout Japan & the world. His portfolio can be viewed at Artist-Photo.
About the filmmaker:
Kaila is a graduate of Bunka Fashion College’s sister school — Bunka Institute of Language. She loves taking photographs, getting lost in her own world and discovering new places with her fisheye, making accessories out of boredom and blogging whatever goes in her Japan life.