Color-Coordinated Harajuku Street Styles w/ Bucket Hat, Cross Colours, Champion Hoodie, Tommy Hilfiger Overalls, Dickies, G-Shock & Adidas Sneakers
Easily catching our eye on the street with their color-coordinated streetwear styles are Masao Hirano and Takako, a Japanese duo we often feature on our Harajuku street snaps. At the left is Masao, who is clad in a yellow collarless
Namitexin is a 20-year-old Japanese pop idol who we met on the street in Harajuku. In addition to her colorful double buns hairstyle and makeup, Namitexin is wearing a fugu print sweatshirt and shorts set by the Japanese brand Punyus
Japanese Artist w/ Yellow Hair in Harajuku Wearing Bomber Jacket, Landlord New York, Adidas x Hyke & Nike
We met Masako Hirano, an artist sporting yellow-tipped hair and carrying a hula hoop, on the street in Harajuku. Masako's ensemble consists of a vintage teal bomber jacket over a yellow handmade shirt, dark blue pants from Landlord New York,
Manaya is a 19-year-old fashion student who caught our attention on the street in Harajuku. Let's take a look at his interesting ensemble: Manaya's look consists of a long sleeve dragon embroidery distressed denim shirt from D&G, pink pleated pants,
Rio Monster is a 20-year-old Japanese girl who is a well known personality in the Harajuku street fashion scene. She works in the fashion biz and also does modeling. We ran into her near the famous Laforet Harajuku department store.
Hitomi (16), Misaki (17), and Gawa (17) easily got our attention on the street in Harajuku. They looked like some kind of Power Puff girls side project in their matching Dragon Ball t-shirts (from GU) and three different colored matching
Shunya is a 19-year-old beauty school student who we often see around the streets of Harajuku. His look here features a bomber jacket by the Japanese streetwear brand MYOB NYC with black skinny jeans and Dr. Martens boots. His silver
We met Rikuto, Yuuta, and Cheney on the street in Harajuku. Rikuto - 18 years old, on the left - is wearing a "Forever Young" shirt by eyeye with H&M skinny cropped pants, blue Underground creepers, and an H&M sackpack.
Layla is a 19-year-old transgender Japanese fashion student who we often see around the streets of Harajuku. Layla's outfit this time includes a resale Home Depot jacket over a Killstar t-shirt, shorts from the Japanese brand Glad News, and Bubbles
Hanseul Ha is the designer and creative director of the Korean streetwear brand More Than Dope. More Than Dope is popular in Harajuku and we ran into him while he was in Tokyo for the current More Than Dope popup