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.
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.
Start lining up for popcorn and Cokes… Get a good seat in middle of the row, front and center… The male models of that Shibuya-based "Gyaruo" style bible men's egg magazine are about to make their cinematic debut! On July
The Marui One department store in Shinjuku is usually the haunt of Gothic Lolita girls and teenagers seeking glam-punk-rock style. But on this day (Saturday, February 26, 2011), the building is under siege by hordes of rabid anime fans, most
The Gothic Lolita fashion of Victorian-inspired lace skirts, parasols and doll-like makeup is no longer confined to fashion devotees milling about outside Harajuku station on a Sunday, or the pages of Gothic & Lolita Bible, the magazine which sets the
Next month, "Big Man Japan" director Hitoshi Matsumoto will release his second movie "Symbol" (しんぼる). The popular Japanese streetwear brand A Bathing Ape (BAPE) is marking this new film with a series of limited edition t-shirts and a cellphone charm.