Posts Tagged ‘band’

Loco Mack – J-Pop Group Harajuku Street Snaps

Loco Mack – J-Pop Group Harajuku Street Snaps

Posted on July 21, 2012 in Tokyo Street Snaps

Harajuku street snaps of KEY, Apollo, & Uno from the indie Japanese pop music group Loco Mack.

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J-Pop Singers in Harajuku w/ Glad News, Galstar & Ghost of Harlem

J-Pop Singers in Harajuku w/ Glad News, Galstar & Ghost of Harlem

Posted on May 17, 2012 in Tokyo Street Snaps

Members of the J-Pop girl group Glad Game in Harajuku wearing items from the Japanese fashion brands Galstar, Gilfy & Ghost of Harlem.

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Broken Doll Japan – Indie Fashion Brand, Rock Band, and Tokyo Shop

Broken Doll Japan – Indie Fashion Brand, Rock Band, and Tokyo Shop

Posted on May 6, 2012 in Brand Profiles, Tokyo Fashion News

A profile of the popular-in-Harajuku Japanese indie fashion brand Broken Doll, the Japanese rock band Broken Doll, and the Tokyo shop of the same name – Broken Doll!

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Harajuku Girl w/ Short Blue Bob, ANAP Cardigan & Boots

Harajuku Girl w/ Short Blue Bob, ANAP Cardigan & Boots

Posted on June 15, 2011 in Tokyo Street Snaps

18-year-old Japanese girl with a short blue bob hairstyle, blue cardigan, and blue skirt on the street in Harajuku.

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Tokyo Dolls x Tokyo Fashion Party Week at Le Baron

Tokyo Dolls x Tokyo Fashion Party Week at Le Baron

Posted on April 26, 2011 in Tokyo Fashion News

Pictures of the Tokyo Dolls x Tokyo Fashion Party Week event at Le Baron with punk-inspired fashion and music.

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Kurt Cobain x Freak’s Store Harajuku

Kurt Cobain x Freak’s Store Harajuku

Posted on April 16, 2009 in Tokyo Fashion News

For any Nirvana fans out there, the Japanese fashion brand and select shop chain Freak’s Store is currently celebrating the legend of Kurt Cobain with some collaboration t-shirts. The Cobain t-shirts are on display at their Harajuku shop and they also have them available at their online store. The collection is called “Forever 27 Club” […]

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