Japanese street fashion
Japan began to emulate Western fashion during the middle of the 19th century. By the beginning of the 21st century, this emulation has formed street fashion, a fashion style in which the wearer custom...
Japanese street fashion - Wikipedia
Kimono Wedding Dress Is a Stunning and Easy DIY for Japanese Nuptials
Japanese brides are fusing tradition with Western-style nuptials. One way they're doing it? By turning their kimonos into a kimono wedding dress.
Japan’s ‘Kawaii’ Queen Kyary Pamyu Pamyu eyes global domination « The WILD Magazine
The queen of Japan’s sugar-coated pop scene, Kyary Pamyu Pamyu has unveiled bold plans to conquer the world — just as soon as she’s done her English homework. Still only 22, Kyary’s rise to superstard...
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...
Japanese street fashion - Harajuku Fashion Walk #11 - Kawaii Japanese Street Fashion
The 11th Harajuku Fashion Walk took place in the summer of 2012. Lots of colorful & kawaii Japanese fashion was on display all around the streets of Harajuku...
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...
Yohji Yamamoto
Yohji Yamamoto Paris Fall 2008 For more runway coverage visit http://www.elle.com/fashionshows/ For more trend coverage visit http://www.elle.com/archive.asp...
Kenzo Takada
Le designer Kenzo takada, adepte de la Power Plate, présente sa série limitée Power Plate Design By Kenzo Takada lors d'une soirée VIP dans sa luxueuse villa...
Issey Miyake
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Comme des Garçons
To mark the launch of the latest fragrance from Comme des Garcons, entitled Wonderwood, the Brothers Quay have produced an exclusive short film, which debu...
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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Visual kei
Visual kei (ヴィジュアル系, vijuaru kei, lit. "visual style" or "visual system") is a movement among Japanese musicians, that is characterized by the use of varying levels of make-up, elaborate hair ...
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Non-no
Non-no (ノン-ノ, non-no) is a Japanese fashion magazine published by Shueisha. Like CanCam, non-no has a comparatively longer history than other Japanese fashion magazines e.g. Cawaii!, Olive an...
Non-no - Wikipedia
Nigo
Nigo (ニゴー, Nigō, born on December 23, 1970) is a Japanese fashion designer, music producer, and DJ. He is best known as the creator of the urban clothing line A Bathing Ape, otherwise known a...
Japan’s ‘Kawaii’ Queen Kyary Pamyu Pamyu eyes global domination « The WILD Magazine
The queen of Japan’s sugar-coated pop scene, Kyary Pamyu Pamyu has unveiled bold plans to conquer the world — just as soon as she’s done her English homework. Still only 22, Kyary’s rise to superstard...
Elegant Gothic Aristocrat
Elegant Gothic Aristocrat (EGA) is a subset of modern aristocrat fashion, mingled with Gothic and particularly Gothic lolita, and steampunk fashion, popular in Japan. The term Elegant Gothic Aristocra...
Aburatorigami
Aburatorigami (あぶらとり紙) is a traditional Japanese facial oil blotting paper. The direct translation of the term is "oil removal paper". As the term implies, aburatorigami absorbs excess oil, thereb...
Aburatorigami - Wikipedia
Theatre Products
Theatre Products is a Japanese fashion brand founded in 2001 and currently based in Roppongi, Tokyo. The brand's founders, and as of 2007, its main designers are Akira Takeuchi and Tayuka Nakanishi. ...
JJ (magazine)
JJ is a Japanese fashion and lifestyle magazine published by Kobunsha. It was established in 1975 as an extra issue of Weekly Josei Jishin, and was the first women's magazine for college students in J...
JJ (magazine) - Wikipedia
Edwin (clothing retailer)
Edwin or often capitalized, EDWIN, is a Japanese clothing brand founded in 1969 by Edwin Company (株式会社エドウイン, Kabushiki-gaisha Edowin) mainly focused on jeans manufacture. The company has 365 employees...
Edwin (clothing retailer) - Wikipedia
Pichi Lemon
Pichi Lemon (ピチレモン, Pichi Remon) is a Japanese fashion magazine published by Gakken. The magazine targets girls from early- to mid-teens. The magazine is known for its models (called "Pichimo"...
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Jun Ashida
Jun Ashida (芦田 淳) (born 21 August 1930) is a Japanese fashion designer, born in Jeonju, Jeollabuk-do . He studied under illustrator Junichi Nakahara. His daughter, Tae Ashida, is also a fashion de...
Tokyo Girls Collection
The Tokyo Girls Collection (東京ガールズコレクション, Tōkyō Gāruzu Korekushon), sometimes abbreviated as TGC, is a semiannual fashion festival launched in 2005. The fashion event showcases the seasons fas...
Pinky (magazine)
Pinky was a Japanese fashion magazine published by Shueisha.Launched in 2004 as a sister magazine of Seventeen, Pinky was targeted at teenagers and young women in their early 20s or early 30s. It offi...
Pinky (magazine) - Wikipedia
KIKS TYO
KIKS TYO is a Japanese clothing company founded by DJ, designer and streetwear/sneaker culture personality hobby:tech (Shinichi Izaki) in 2006. KIKS TYO specializes in streetwear, as well as accessori...