Fanatic Tokyo – a Japanese street style print magazine launched in the Spring of 2017 – released their third issue last month. To celebrate, they held a fashion and music event at club WOMB in Shibuya. The suggested dress code
Colorful Printed & Layered Vintage Fashion in Harajuku w/ Kinji, Petit Cochon, Dr. Martens, Hard Off & Juxtaposition
On the Harajuku street, we met Rizna, a 19-year-old student (and Fanatic Magazine producer) who caught our eye with her colorful vintage street style. Let's take a closer look at the fashion she's wearing: Rizna is wearing printed layered tops
Fanatic Tokyo Girls in Colorful Harajuku Street Fashion w/ Kinji Vintage, Kurumiya, Big Time, Angel Blue & Takenoko
The four girls who produce Fanatic Tokyo Magazine always catch our eye in Harajuku with their colorful street styles. They are Rizna, Fuki, Mei and Haruka, all 19-year-old students. Let's take a look at their ensembles: At the far left
heARTofCOOL’s Colorful Harajuku Street Styling by Fanatic Tokyo w/ Vintage, Hysteric Glamour, Moschino & Handmade Items
While on the street in Harajuku, we met Tasha Bouè (wearing pink flower glasses) and Cristen Mills (wearing a yellow dress), producers of the heARTofCOOL project. Their colorful outfits were styled by the Fanatic Tokyo Magazine crew, pictures with them.
Fuki and Haruka are two 19-year-old Japanese fashion college students. They are also two of the publishers of the Japanese street fashion magazine Fanatic Tokyo. Fuki - on the left - is wearing a colorful jacket (or sweatshirt) that she
In Harajuku, we ran into this trio of girls - three of the producers of the new Japanese street fashion magazine FANATIC Tokyo - wearing bright and bold street styles. They are 19-year-old student Fuki Nishiya (right), 19-year-old student Haruka
With recent announcements by FRUiTS Magazine and KERA Magazine that they have ceased publishing print editions, it may be tempting to believe that all of the news coming out of Harajuku is bad. Fortunately, there is good news as well.