FEATURE: Lolita in Wonderland – The RinRin Doll Interview!

FEATURE: Lolita in Wonderland – The RinRin Doll Interview!

japanesefashioninferno: FEATURE: Lolita in Wonderland - The RinRin Doll Interview! A few words about post-pandemic Harajuku, Vtubers, and music with a fashion icon Full interview...
japanesefashioninferno: FEATURE: Lolita in Wonderland - The RinRin Doll Interview! A few words about post-pandemic Harajuku, Vtubers, and music with a fashion icon Full interview at TokyoScope Blog TokyoScope: We’ve talked a lot about how the pandemic changed things and how technology is changing things, but what about Lolita fashion? Has it evolved at all recently? RinRinDoll: I think the whole subculture fashion genre went down in Japan, especially during the pandemic. We saw that same phenomenon after the earthquake too. It felt, in general, inappropriate to dress up in such sad times and it was the same unconsciously too...

Tokyo Neo Decora Walk in Harajuku September 2023

Tokyo Neo Decora Walk in Harajuku September 2023 Video shot and edited by Non-chan, a Japanese film student and the #2 Neo Decora in Harajuku....
Tokyo Neo Decora Walk in Harajuku September 2023 Video shot and edited by Non-chan, a Japanese film student and the #2 Neo Decora in Harajuku. Everyone we know is tagged on Instagram.

2023 autumn&winter collection season57 [The proliferration of memory]

aliceauaa-official: View this post on Instagram A post shared by alice auaa official (@aliceauaa_official) 2023 autumn&winter collection season57 [The proliferration of memory] photo @yasutaka.funakoshi styring...
aliceauaa-official: View this post on Instagram A post shared by alice auaa official (@aliceauaa_official) 2023 autumn&winter collection season57 [The proliferration of memory] photo @yasutaka.funakoshi styring @aliceauaa_press hair&make up @kc.okamoto model @zemmodels #aliceauaa #fashion #black #shooting #aw #aw23
FEATURE: The Best Japanese Street Style From TOKYO FASHION WEEK 2024 S/S! DAY SIX

FEATURE: The Best Japanese Street Style From TOKYO FASHION WEEK 2024 S/S! DAY SIX

japanesefashioninferno: Photos by Guest Collaborator TokyoFashion! The last day of Tokyo Fashion Week for this season featured shows by two brands that usually bring out great...
japanesefashioninferno: Photos by Guest Collaborator TokyoFashion! The last day of Tokyo Fashion Week for this season featured shows by two brands that usually bring out great guests for street style - Yohei Ohno and Viviano. Designer Viviano Sue presented a collection inspired by the movie “The Young Girls of Rochefort”. While Catherine Deneuve didn’t show up (this isn’t Paris, or even New York), we did get snaps of famous Japanese makeup artist Zutti Mattia and Korean makeup/beauty influencer Gyutae, as well as a lot of people wearing colorful ruffles from previous Viviano collections. The Yohei Ohno show earlier in the day brought out Vogue...
FEATURE: The Best Japanese Street Style From TOKYO FASHION WEEK 2024 S/S! DAY FIVE

FEATURE: The Best Japanese Street Style From TOKYO FASHION WEEK 2024 S/S! DAY FIVE

japanesefashioninferno: Photos by Guest Collaborator TokyoFashion! Tokyo Fashion Week is almost over, and that means we’ll be able to sleep again soon. For now, though,...
japanesefashioninferno: Photos by Guest Collaborator TokyoFashion! Tokyo Fashion Week is almost over, and that means we’ll be able to sleep again soon. For now, though, we’re back with street snaps from day five. Most of the runway shows take place in a building adjacent to Shibuya Station - and Friday nights in Shibuya are always crazy - so we probably could have shot plenty of street style with or without Fashion Week. The best show location of the day, though, was a rooftop in Tokyo’s Otemachi district not far from the royal palace. Guests were treated to a nice view...
FEATURE: The Best Japanese Street Style From TOKYO FASHION WEEK 2024 S/S! DAY FOUR + BAPE

FEATURE: The Best Japanese Street Style From TOKYO FASHION WEEK 2024 S/S! DAY FOUR + BAPE

japanesefashioninferno: Photos by Guest Collaborator TokyoFashion! The fourth day of Tokyo Fashion Week was all about A Bathing Ape (BAPE). Legendary Japanese streetwear brand BAPE -...
japanesefashioninferno: Photos by Guest Collaborator TokyoFashion! The fourth day of Tokyo Fashion Week was all about A Bathing Ape (BAPE). Legendary Japanese streetwear brand BAPE - most famous for inventing the current “drop” culture we all live in - is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year. Fashion Week head sponsor Rakuten pulled out all the stops to get the brand to do a runway show (billed as the first ever BAPE runway show in Tokyo). While BAPE is one of the most famous Japanese fashion brands in the world, founder NIGO (now the head designer of another legendary Japanese brand, KENZO) sold the brand...
FEATURE: DAY THREE of the Best Japanese Street Style From Tokyo Fashion Week 2024 S/S!

FEATURE: DAY THREE of the Best Japanese Street Style From Tokyo Fashion Week 2024 S/S!

japanesefashioninferno: Photos by Guest Collaborator TokyoFashion! Tokyo Fashion Week day three was another busy one. We shot street snaps outside of no less than five shows,...
japanesefashioninferno: Photos by Guest Collaborator TokyoFashion! Tokyo Fashion Week day three was another busy one. We shot street snaps outside of no less than five shows, two of which featured multiple designers. Today was the “Global Fashion Collective” day where designers from Mexico, Africa, and various other countries come together to present collections one after another in a single runway show. Most of the runway shows on day three were in Omotesando and Shibuya as usual, but the final show of the night was at Tokyo’s new Olympic Stadium, a beautiful wooden building in Sendagaya designed by famed Japanese architect Kengo Kuma. One of...
Tokyo Fashion Week Street Style – FETICO

Tokyo Fashion Week Street Style – FETICO

Tokyo Fashion Week Street Style - FETICO Japanese womenswear fashion brand FETICO was probably the most anticipated show of the first day of Tokyo Fashion...
Tokyo Fashion Week Street Style - FETICO Japanese womenswear fashion brand FETICO was probably the most anticipated show of the first day of Tokyo Fashion Week, bringing out an a-list crowd, with many Japanese actors and singers, fashion industry executives, Vogue editors, models, top stylists, etc. The fifth photo is the stunning male model Jibriil Ollow, who we meet often during Tokyo Fashion Week. At FETICO, he was the only male model walking in this high profile Japanese womenswear show. We’ve already shot more than 100 street snaps at Tokyo Fashion Week.
FEATURE: DAY TWO of the Best Japanese Street Style From Tokyo Fashion Week 2024 S/S!

FEATURE: DAY TWO of the Best Japanese Street Style From Tokyo Fashion Week 2024 S/S!

japanesefashioninferno: Photos by Guest Collaborator TokyoFashion! Japanese underground fashion brand Pays Des Fees known for collaborations with indie artists/musicians, and for being possibly the only fashion brand...
japanesefashioninferno: Photos by Guest Collaborator TokyoFashion! Japanese underground fashion brand Pays Des Fees known for collaborations with indie artists/musicians, and for being possibly the only fashion brand whose main boutique is inside of Nakano Broadway - held their Tokyo Fashion Week show at a historic former sewage plant today. The brand allowed us to shoot snaps of guests inside of the plant after the show, so you can see a bit of the industrial interiors. Most of the other brands today played it a little safer, having shows in the usual areas around Shibuya and Harajuku. Even though it was another extremely hot day in Tokyo, fashionable people were out and we were able to...
FEATURE: The Best Japanese Street Style From Tokyo Fashion Week 2024 S/S!

FEATURE: The Best Japanese Street Style From Tokyo Fashion Week 2024 S/S!

japanesefashioninferno: Photos by Guest Collaborator TokyoFashion! This year, Tokyo Fashion Week finally got back up to full speed after the years-long COVID disruptions. The street...
japanesefashioninferno: Photos by Guest Collaborator TokyoFashion! This year, Tokyo Fashion Week finally got back up to full speed after the years-long COVID disruptions. The street style for Tokyo Fashion Week 2024 S/S was vibrant, original, and fun as the post-COVID generation of young Japanese creatives and fashion students turned out in force. We spotted many handmade looks, as well as fashion by indie and underground designers (including the growing popularity of young Chinese designers), vintage fashion, high brands mixed with low, streetwear, and other styles. It can be difficult to pick out trends at Tokyo Fashion Week because the styles are so...

Video shot in Harajuku. Everyone is tagged on the Tokyo Fashion Instagram.

Tokyo Summer Street Styles w/ Pants as Jacket, Piercings, Kimono, Kawaii, Rick Owens, Big Plush Bags, Club Kid Fashion & more Video shot in Harajuku....
Tokyo Summer Street Styles w/ Pants as Jacket, Piercings, Kimono, Kawaii, Rick Owens, Big Plush Bags, Club Kid Fashion & more Video shot in Harajuku. Everyone is tagged on the Tokyo Fashion Instagram.

Everyone is tagged on Instagram

16 Tokyo Summer Street Styles in Harajuku w/ Japanese Gyaru, Y2K Hairstyles, X-Japan, Ahoge, Gothic Lolita & Cyber Fashion Everyone is tagged on Instagram
16 Tokyo Summer Street Styles in Harajuku w/ Japanese Gyaru, Y2K Hairstyles, X-Japan, Ahoge, Gothic Lolita & Cyber Fashion Everyone is tagged on Instagram