Gyaru
Gyaru (ギャル) is a Japanese transliteration of the English word gal. The name originated from a 1970s brand of jeans called "gurls", with the advertising slogan: "I can't live without men", and was ...
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Gyaru Interview - Japanese Kuro Gyaru Unit Black Diamond in Shibuya - YouTube
A Shibuya interview with several leaders of Japan's 100+ member strong kuro gyaru (dark skinned gals) group, Black Diamond. The gals talk about gyaru fashion...
Gyaru - Gyaru Interview - Japanese Kuro Gyaru Unit Black Diamond in Shibuya
A Shibuya interview with several leaders of Japan's 100+ member strong kuro gyaru (dark skinned gals) group, Black Diamond. The gals talk about gyaru fashion...
Cawaii!
Cawaii! is a fashion magazine published in Taiwan, People's Republic of China, Thailand, and previously in Japan.Launched as a monthly gal fashion magazine targeted at women in their teens in Japan in...
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Egg magazine
Egg was a style magazine for gyaru fashion, distributed in Japan. It featured photos of ganguro girls and synopses about what they like or a popular trend. Egg also usually had photos of the newest fa...
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Happie Nuts
Happie Nuts is a gal fashion magazine published monthly in Japan by Inforest Publishing. Targeted at women in their late teens and early 20s, Happie Nuts is highly oriented toward the style of oneh-ga...
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I Love Mama
I Love Mama «stylized as "I LOVE mama"» is a gyaru fashion and lifestyle magazine published monthly in Japan by Inforest Publishing.Originally named "Mama Nuts × Ageha", I Love Mama was established as...
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Koakuma Ageha
Koakuma Ageha (小悪魔ageha, lit. "Little-devil Swallowtail ") is a gyaru fashion and lifestyle magazine published monthly in Japan. Targeted at females in their late teens and 20s, Koakuma Ageha caters ...
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MensEGG
MensEGG is a style magazine distributed in Japan aimed at young men. It is a counterpart of Egg magazine, which focuses on Gyaru-oh (male Gyaru) fashions – it is the gyaru-oh bible. There is also Men'...
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PopSister
PopSister is a Japanese monthly gal-shibuya-kei-oriented fashion magazine published by Kadokawa Publishing & Co.. Launched in 2010 as the "older sister" magazine of Popteen, PopSister is targeted ...
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Popteen
Popteen (ポップティーン, Poppu Tin) is a monthly teenage fashion magazine published by the Kadokawa Haruki Corporation in Japan. The first issue was published on October 1, 1980 by Kadokawa Shoten. L...
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Ranzuki
Ranzuki is a fashion magazine published monthly in Japan by Bunka-sha Publishing & Co.. A gal magazine, Ranzuki mainly targets women in their teens and shows its preference for dark-skin and 109 i...
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Ganguro
Ganguro (ガングロ) is an alternative fashion trend among young Japanese women that started in the mid-1990s, distinguished by a dark tan and contrasting make-up liberally applied by fashionistas.The S...
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Egg (magazine)
Egg was a style magazine for gyaru fashion, distributed in Japan. It featured photos of ganguro girls and synopses about what they like or a popular trend. Egg also usually had photos of the newest fa...
Egg (magazine) - Wikipedia
Kogal
The kogal (コギャル, kogyaru) fashion involves wearing an outfit based on a Japanese school uniform, but with a shortened skirt, loose socks, and often dyed hair and a scarf as well. The phenomeno...
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Gyaru-moji
Gyaru-moji (ギャル文字, "gal's alphabet") or Heta-moji (下手文字, "poor handwriting"), is a style of obfuscated (cant) Japanese writing popular amongst urban Japanese youth. Like the English phenomeno...
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Gyaru-oh
Gyaruo (which can be written as ギャル男, ギャルオ, ギャル汚 in Japanese) are a sub-group of modern Japanese youth culture. They are the male equivalent of the gyaru. The o suffix that is added to the word, is on...