We met these two friendly students - in matching outfits (pair look) and twin tails - on the street in Harajuku. Their peter pan collar t-shirts are Uniqlo originals (with the text "夢見る少女" - "Yume Miru Shoujo" or "dreamer girl"),
Here's a familiar face to fans of Harajuku fashion - it's Vani from 6%DOKIDOKI. Besides being a regular presence on the streets of Harajuku, Vani has also traveled around the world promoting 6%DOKIDOKI's vision of "Kawaii Anarchy". Vani is wearing
Harajuku's famous "Sensational Kawaii" fashion brand and shop 6%DOKIDOKI shared two big announcements with us this week. Not only will 6%DOKIDOKI be releasing their first ever [email protected] figure, but they will also be opening a special limited time popup shop
Next month, Japanese toy company Medicom celebrates its 15th anniversary with a big exhibition at Parco Shibuya. To get people hyped on the upcoming show, Parco and Medicom have collaborated on the creation of what they call a "Bearbrick Garden"
Isetan Shinjuku is one of the coolest department stores in Japan. Besides the fact that the store carries a great selection of Japanese street fashion brands - and most of the international blue-chip brands as well - Isetan's buyer is