Tokyo-based accessory designer and her cute daughter wearing matching Dr. Martens boots on the street in Harajuku.
Japanese designer on the street in Harajuku wearing handmade fashion including a galaxy print top, clear skirt over galaxy print, fishnets, and fuzzy platform heels with bows.
Japanese high school student wearing handmade and remake fashion on the street in Shibuya including items originally from Dolls Kill and Pleaser.
South Korean streetwear designer on the street in Harajuku wearing fashion by his own brand More Than Dope along with a plaid visor by ESC Studio.
Harajuku creatives – one in all black fashion, the other in floral print.
Harajuku girls in fringe and feather headbands with items from The Ivy Tokyo, H&M, One Teaspoon, and resale shops.
Harajuku guy in cap, face mask, large t-shirt and pants, gray fur coat and sneakers vs. guy in black faux fur coat, top, tie-dye jeans and lace-up boots.
Harajuku designer with lilac twin buns and face mask, harness over tank top, yin yang jacket and bag, ruffle skirt and bat wings belt, knee highs and platforms.
A short documentary film about the Tokyo-based artist and designer Brandon Reierson, better known as Lactose Intoler-Art. Featuring a look at Brandon’s journey from small town Oklahoma to Tokyo’s famous Koenji neighborhood.
Fashion designers on the street in Harajuku with yellow, orange, and pink hair, graphic clothing, and lots of studded and spiked accessories.