Tokyo Girls Award, officially titled "GirlsAward by Crooz", is one of the biggest fashion-and-music events in Tokyo each season. Like the legendary Tokyo Girls Collection, Girls Award prides itself on featuring affordable "real clothing" for trendy Japanese girls. The event
The Mighty Harajuku Project was born in the days just after the massive 110311 earthquake struck Japan. Sebastian Matsuda from the Japanese fashion brand 6%DOKIDOKI was looking for something positive to channel his energy into - something that would not
Longtime TokyoFashion.com readers know that we've been fans of Spinns Harajuku since even before the shop opened last year. Spinns brought their funky street vibe directly to the heart of Harajuku, an area that has been infiltrated by international fast
Harajuku fashion brand 6%DOKIDOKI has never been shy about bringing its vision of extreme cuteness to the world outside of Japan. Last year, we covered the "Harajuku Kawaii Experience 2010" world tour as the brand painted London, Paris, and San
Update: On March 15th, the JFW organizers announced that Tokyo Fashion Week #12 is officially canceled. Sorry everyone, we'll post more updates soon. The devastating earthquake that struck Japan on Friday March 11th has cast doubt on the status of
As just about everyone on the planet knows by now, a major earthquake - officially known as the "Great Sendai Earthquake of 2011" - struck Japan on Friday, March 11th. The earthquake was quickly followed by a tsunami, which slammed
Harajuku was even more crowded than usual this weekend as girls from all over Japan converged for Tokyo Girls Collection, 2011 Spring/Summer. Over 25,000 Japanese fashionistas were expected to be in attendance at this edition of TGC's day-long twice-a-year extravaganza.
This weekend is a huge one for Japanese fashion fans - at least, for fans of Japanese women's fashion. Why? Because it's time for the one-and-only Tokyo Girls Collection fashion show, party, concert, and all-around super-bash. This is the Spring/Summer