“Tokyo Rising” is a new 30-minute documentary film hosted by Pharrell Williams about fashion, art, music, and culture in a post earthquake-Tokyo.
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A report – with lots of exclusive fashion, J-Pop, and K-Pop pictures – from the Flea Market for Tohoku and MTV Video Music Aid Japan events for earthquake relief.
Sanrio teams up with crystal maker Swarovski for a special “House of Hello Kitty” event in Tokyo to benefit earthquake relief.
A report – with lots of pictures – from the Mighty Harajuku Project Spring 2011 World Tour featuring stops in Hollywood, Vancouver, and Seattle.
Photographer Yasumasa Yonehara, Japanese model Kyary Pamyu Pamyu, and Harajuku fashion brand 6%DOKIDOKI came together this week to raise money for victims of Japan’s recent earthquake.
A 16-foot long Converse Chuck Taylor All Star sneaker is part of a fund raising drive for Tohoku earthquake victims in Tokyo.
Sebastian Masuda’s MIGHTY HARAJUKU Project aims to help those in need after the recent earthquake, and to show Japan – and the rest of the world – that Tokyo’s youth fashion capitol is still strong, fun, and safe even after one of the nation’s worst natural disasters.
Over 100 pictures from the ONE NIPPON tsunami and earthquake benefit at the Trump Room in Tokyo in March of 2011.
Popular Japanese gyaru fashion brand GALSTAR has launched a new campaign to raise money for earthquake relief.
Japan’s famous onii-kei guys – the big-haired denizens of Shibuya 109-2 – have launched their own earthquake fund raising drive.