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
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 ...
Gyaru - Wikipedia
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 ...
Visual kei - Wikipedia
AneCan
AneCan (姉キャン, Anekyan) is a Japanese fashion magazine published by Shogakukan. Its name derives from Ane (姉) meaning "older sister" and Can from its sister magazine CanCam. The magazine i...
AneCan - Wikipedia
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...
Hysteric glamour
Hysteric Glamour is a Japanese designer label created by artist Nobuhiko Kitamura in 1984.
The theme of the label is 1960s mass media, with T-shirts featuring pictures of famous musicians like Mar...
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
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...
Tayuka Nakanishi
Tayuka Nakanishi is an active Japanese fashion designer. Along with Akira Takeuchi, she is founder and main designer of the Theatre Products fashion brand, which is popular in the Harajuku and Shibuya...
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
Mana (musician)
Mana is a Japanese musician and fashion designer, best known for a role as leader and guitarist of the visual kei rock band Malice Mizer. His clothing label, Moi-même-Moitié, helped popularize Japan'...
Tae Ashida
Tae Ashida (芦田 多恵, born July 3, 1964) is a well-known fashion designer who has designed many uniforms in high-profile businesses and venues across Japan. She is the daughter of Japanese fashion de...
Angelic Pretty
Angelic Pretty is the name of a Japanese fashion company specializing in lolita fashion. Angelic Pretty was created in 1979 under the name Pretty but changed to Angelic Pretty in 2001.Angelic Pretty s...
Angelic Pretty - Wikipedia
Michiko Koshino
Michiko Koshino (小篠 美智子, Koshino Michiko), born in 1943, is a fashion designer. She has high-end stores in Japan and London.Koshino was the designer for the final runway show of Stardoll's Eli...
Circle contact lens
A circle contact lens, also known as a big eye contact lens and circle lens, is a cosmetic (non-corrective and decorative) contact lens that makes the eye's iris appear larger. It has become a trend t...
Circle contact lens - Wikipedia