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.
This is Maririn, a friendly 16-year-old Japanese student who we met in Harajuku. The purples and pastels of her look are a color palette we commonly see worn by Harajuku's fairy kei girls. Maririn outfit features a layered school uniform-inspired
This fun Japanese couple with matching Care Bears phone charms were photographed in Harajuku. The guy is wearing a a black t-shirt, white shorts, an illustrated scarf (or something like that) tied around his waist, black leggings (we are not
Harajuku loves cute. You can't walk ten feet down Takeshita without hearing shouts of "kawaii!!!" over and over again. Milkfed is not a Takeshita brand, but they are aiming right at the "kawaii" Japanese girls with their newest fashion collaboration.