Fun Harajuku Boys Streetwear Styles w/ Barbie Cropped Tee, Gold Vest, Esc Studio, Faith Tokyo & Never Mind the XU
While out on a recent night outing to the Harajuku streets, we came upon Billimayu and Eiji, both 16-year-old students who we regular feature on our street snaps. On the left is Billimayu, who is dressed in a purple cropped
Sakichas is a 19-year-old part time worker who we met on the street in Harajuku. She caught our eye with her kawaii fashion style featuring a Power Puff Girls shirt. Let's take a closer look: Sakichas outfit consists of an
Asachill is a Japanese performer, singer, and Monster Girl Crazy at the Kawaii Monster Cafe in Tokyo. We often see her around the streets of Harajuku. When we met her this time, she told us that she has a new
Meet Misakichi, an 18-year-old student - with long, blonde, braided hair - who we snapped in Harajuku. Her outfit includes a telephone oversized sweatshirt from Bubbles Harajuku over a white shirt, an MCM bag, and resale lace-up boots. She accessorized
Meet Aeka - a student with a cute style and twin braids hairstyle - who snapped on the street in Harajuku. Aeka's t-shirt and plaid skirt are from Bubbles Harajuku while her hoodie is a resale. Her quilted backpack is L.D.S.
Meet Misa and Sayaka, two friends wearing matching outfits we spotted on the street in Harajuku. Both Misa and Sayaka have braided tails, heart-shaped sunglasses, "Barbie" tops from Forever21, H&M shorts, WEGO backpacks, chokers, and hair pins from WEGO and
Onachi quickly caught our eye in Harajuku with traditional Japanese fashion, quirky modern accessories, and two-tone hair. Onachi is wearing a colorful patterned kimono jacket with a pleated skirt and wooden sandals. Accessories include two Barbie doll heads (one as
Yunapon and Kodayu both work at the Omotesando vintage shop Amore Tokyo. Their fun pink-accented looks caught our eye on the street in Shibuya. Kodayu - on the left with blonde hair and Mickey Mouse ears - is wearing a
Mico and Yuutarou are staffers at the popular Japanese vintage/resale shop San To Nibun No Ichi. We met them on the street in Harajuku, not far from the Tokyo San To Nibun No Ichi location. Mico - with a cute
Shoshipoyo is a Bunka Fashion College business student - and up-and-coming Japanese street style icon - who we often see around the streets of Harajuku. He is a big booster of emerging and underground Japanese - and international - designers.