Shojono Tomo is a Japanese artist who is perhaps best know for creating colorful kawaii fashion worn by Japanese celebrities like Kyary Pamyu Pamyu and international stars including Nicki Minaj. We see people sporting her manga-illustrated tote bags and tights
Itazura Tokyo is a Shibuya boutique which sells vintage, resale, remake and indie fashion. But it's not just any indie shop - it's a super-hip store that is part of a growing subculture in Tokyo's fashion scene mixing Japanese fashion
Tokyo street fashion is famous around the world because of the tribes of young creative people who congregate in Harajuku. Beyond their status as international style icons, these fashionable "Harajuku kids" are also the future of the Japanese fashion industry.
"HARAJUKU KAWAii Spring 2012 supported by Fulltool" has confirmed the appearance of an additional musical artist - Negoto! Japanese girl pop group Negoto will battle the previously announced guests Kyary Pamyu Pamyu and Momoiro Clover Z at the upcoming edition
Pharrell Williams is best known as a music producer and member of The Neptunes and N.E.R.D., but he is also - along with Nigo from Bape - the co-founder of the made-in-Japan fashion brands Billionaire Boys Club and Ice Cream.
Since the Tohoku earthquake struck Japan back in March, we've been reporting on the various ways that Japan's fashion industry has come together to support victims of the disaster. At the end of June, MTV Japan organized a full day
It's been over a month since the 110311 earthquake struck Japan. Inevitably, things are slowly working their way back toward normal in Tokyo. Tokyo Fashion Week was canceled because of the disaster, but for the Japanese fashion brands who had
On Saturday night, Tokyo's fashion scene came together at the Trump Room to support earthquake and tsunami victims while listening to great music and sharing quality time with friends. Produced by Tokyo Dandy, the "ONE NIPPON" party had a fantastic
Last week, Tokyo Fashion reported on how Shibuya's big-haired (and also big-hearted) onii-kei guys were doing their part to help with Japan's earthquake and tsunami recovery efforts. Now GALSTAR, a Shibuya 109-style brand whose clothing is featured regularly in magazines
While Americans were celebrating Thanksgiving with turkey and stuffing, many Tokyoites partied the night away at the famous/infamous Le Baron de Paris in Aoyama. "Tokyo Bang!" was the first of three consecutive party nights at Le Baron - celebrating both