We saw this traditional-meets-modern Japanese outfit in Harajuku and wanted to learn more about the person wearing it. We found out that her name is Niku and that she's active on Twitter. Niku is wearing a red yukata with a
Mizuho and Yurika are Disney-loving sisters who we often spot them on the streets of Harajuku. Mizuho is pictured to the right, with braided tails and a beanie. She's the younger sister and she has her own blog. Mizuho's t-shirt
We met shironuri artist Minori in Harajuku recently, and she was nice enough to stop for a few street snaps. In case you are unfamiliar with her fashion and art, you can check out one of her videos and editorials.
Meet Merumo, a girl who we met in Harajuku with dip dye lilac hair and a pastel outfit . She works at a resale shop and she's active on Instagram. Most of Merumo's outfit is made of resale pieces, including
Orihime is an active member of the Japanese shironuri subculture, and someone who we see around Harajuku on a pretty regular basis. Orihime's look here includes pretty shironuri makeup with a red white and black headpiece, a white ruffle top,
Mepura is a Harajuku decora who is known for her love of the Japanese manga Kuroko's Basketball (Kuroko no Basuke). Mepura's colorful look features a purple and pink bomber jacket from Milklim with a pink Milklim top, a rainbow tulle
We met Haruna - a friendly girl who works in a vintage shop - on the street in Harajuku. Haruna is wearing a top and skirt from Alice and the Pirates, with a ruffle capelet from Black Peace Now and
We caught up with Japanese shironuri artist Minori when she was on her way to Christmas party with friends in Harajuku. In addition to the usual end-of-year celebrations, Christmas is a special day for Minori - because it's her birthday!
Creamy Sauce and Narumi are two girls who are doing their part to keep the Japanese decora subculture alive. We see them both often in Harajuku, and their looks - like their personalities - are always super colorful and fun.
Honoka is a 17-year-old girl with a cute sense of style who we often see around Harajuku. She's a student, but she also works at Aileron. You might remember her from our spring street snaps. Honoka is wearing a Japanese