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How to go Japanese Street Style + Brands to Get You Started
 
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There's always time to switch up the style and what better way to do that than getting some inspiration from some the land of the rising sun+ The State goes Japanese styles and gives you the tips you need to enhance your closet through the inspiration of the east. • Notable Brands in this Video Mihara Yasuhiro: http://www.miharayasuhiro.jp/ Crimie: http://ec.gardenxxx.com/category/select/bid/242 Ground Y & Syte: http://syte.yohjiyamamoto.co.jp/ Sugalism: http://www.sugalism.com/html/page1.html Monkeytime: http://store.united-arrows.co.jp/shop/mt/ Kapital: http://kapital.jp/ • The Casual is the home of international street fashion, culture, and lifestyle from the perspective of Japan. Keep it locked for all the latest from Tokyo and beyond. Keep it Casual. Follow on social+ http://www.TheCasual.co http://instagram.com/thecasual.co http://facebook.com/thecasual.jp http://twitter.com/thecasual_co See what we have in store! http://mrkt.thecasual.co
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Japanese Street Fashion - Raw, Harajuku
 
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Meet Raw, a standout Japanese student at Tokyo's famous Bunka Fashion College. After playing sports in high school, Raw had a life-changing experience while experimenting with fashion. "Our Streets, My Style" is our original show taking you up close and personal with Japanese street style personalities. Meet the amazing people featured in the daily street snaps Tokyo Fashion has been publishing for over a decade. Raw on Instagram & Twitter https://www.instagram.com/lifecoming1/ https://twitter.com/coming1101 We first met Raw (Kota) on the streets of Harajuku back in 2017. We got to know him while he attended his first year at the most famous fashion school in Asia, Japan's Bunka Fashion College. Often wearing his own handmade (or at least hand modified) creations, he immediately struck us as someone who was more serious about fashion than the average Harajuku kid. During the summer of 2017, Raw scored an internship at the world famous Dog Harajuku boutique (known for their relationship with Lady Gaga as well as numerous other international celebrities and stylists) - establishing himself as one of the new faces worth watching in the Japanese street fashion scene. Now a second year student at Bunka Fashion College, Raw continues to focus on making his own outfits as well as expanding his skills in fashion styling and fashion promotion. He also spends time thinking about how modern social media impacts what fashion people wear, and how people present themselves on social media. Enjoy Raw's interview, and please leave comments if you have any thoughts or questions on what he has to say, on Bunka Fashion College, or on Harajuku. Please subscribe to the Tokyo Fashion YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=tokyofashionnews All music, photos, and graphics either shot by us or used under license.
Views: 44554 Tokyo Fashion
How to | JAPANESE STREETWEAR
 
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Views: 261459 Frugal Aesthetic
The Secret of Japanese Street Culture? | Location: SHIBUYA
 
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We take you out to Shibuya, the epicenter or Japanese street culture, and take a look at what drives the waves and trends. Music By: "Feel Something" - Snake City "Pineapple" - Yomoti The Casual is the home of international street fashion, culture, and lifestyle based in Tokyo, Japan. Keep it locked for all the latest from Tokyo and beyond. Keep it Casual. Follow us+ http://instagram.com/thecasual.co http://twitter.com/thecasual_co ••••• Register for BUYEE to start shopping online in Japan. BUYEE FREE Registration page: http://bit.ly/2AO5One ••••• Support The Casual on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/thecasual Our Amazon Affiliate Link: http://amzn.to/2wfwpu1
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6 Japanese Street Styles That'll Blow Your Mind
 
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Japan is cooler than all of us. Post to Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1rcuZID Like BuzzFeedVideo on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1ilcE7k Post to Twitter: http://bit.ly/1rcuZZb Music: "Getting To Know You" by spazzkid www.soundcloud.com/spazzkid/getting-to-know-you www.spazzkid.com Makeup by Sonia Resh (IG @soniaresh) www.soniaresh.com Starring: Emi Kamito (IG @emikamito) www.emikamito.com Hayley Audra Jayne (IG/tumblr: gabbergobstopper) www.nhk.or.jp/kawaii-i Shawna Kim (IG @hello_korean) Kimbo Luu (Twitter @killa_kimbo) Amanda Suk (Twitter/IG @sukiestyles) www.youtube.com/sukiefloss Andrew Fang (IG @puntnf) Special Thanks to Lindsay Huber (IG @ALANNA_LIONESS) Special Thanks to Fairytale Boutique 319 East 2nd St. Suite #114 Los Angeles, CA 90012 In the Little Tokyo Mall (next to the Japanese Village Plaza) www.fairytale-boutique.com www.facebook.com/fairytalefashionboutique Sources: http://nyti.ms/1mP9dqY http://abt.cm/W4yYd5 http://on.wsj.com/W4z04W http://bit.ly/1tJu4Bp http://bit.ly/1qYZFLQ http://bit.ly/1wmHUpn http://bit.ly/1wmHUpn http://bit.ly/1rm24iT http://bit.ly/1rbMo4i http://bit.ly/1kWr1fM http://bit.ly/1oVQASd http://bit.ly/1oVQBpd http://bit.ly/1wmIhQO http://cbsn.ws/1rbMwka http://bit.ly/1sUPEic http://bit.ly/1qaMnOj http://bit.ly/1sfEyqv
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The Dark Side Of Harajuku Style You Haven't Seen Yet | Style Out There | Refinery29
 
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On this episode of Style Out There, our host, Connie Wang, takes us to Tokyo to meet the individuals pioneering the Harajuku subculture of Kawaii, more specifically Yami Kawaii. This style of fashion accentuates cuteness while incorporating symbols that represent death. Watch this episode of Style Out There to delve deeper into this morbid trend in Tokyo! ABOUT SERIES In fashion, what's seen on the streets is just as important as what goes down the runway. R29's Style Out There takes a look at the drastically different subcultures around the world, examining the myriad influences that color what we wear — and why. ABOUT REFINERY29 Refinery29 is a modern woman's destination for how to live a stylish, well-rounded life. http://refinery29.com/ RELATED CONTENT What Harajuku Girls Really Look Like https://youtube.com/watch?v=WblNctc3ys0 India's Transgender Community: The Hijra https://youtube.com/watch?v=mgw7M-JAB... How Korean Couples Do PDA https://youtube.com/watch?v=knYb8E9ohCw SEE MORE REFINERY29 VIDEOS http://refinery29.com/video SUBSCRIBE TO REFINERY29 Subscribe to the Refinery29 channel: http://bit.ly/subscribe-to-r29 For the latest trends and videos, visit: http://refinery29.com Like Refinery29 on Facebook: https://facebook.com/refinery29 Follow Refinery29 on Twitter: https://twitter.com/refinery29 Heart Refinery29 on Instagram: https://instagram.com/refinery29/ TALENT Follow Connie Wang on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/conconwang/
Views: 6966690 Refinery29
What Harajuku Girls Really Look Like | Style Out There | Refinery29
 
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From Gothic Lolitas to Yoyogi Rockabillies, the Tokyo neighborhood of Harajuku is a wellspring of some of the world's most unique and extreme fashion trends. Rife with restaurants, shops, and cafes, it's a hangout 'hood for the city's youth, whose style is confined to uniforms from elementary school through to high school graduation. And, perhaps to rebel from such strict sameness, they spend their weekends seeing how far they can push the limits. One of the oldest and most pervasive Harajuku style groups is Decora, characterized by a pursuit of kawaii, or "cuteness," which is expressed in massive piles of hair clips, face bandaids, creative layering, and a mishmash of colors and textures. Don't let "cute" confuse you: There's nothing delicate or elegant about Decora. It's bright, it's loud, and it's in your face (or rather, on your face, via a Hello Kitty bandaid). Though the style can appear as frivolous as a Halloween costume, there's a real statement behind the bevy of barrettes. In the face of pervasive group-mindedness, a rigid social order, and cultural reticence, the Decora have figured out a way to break free. In the first episode of our new documentary series, Style Out There, our host Asha Leo travels to Harajuku to meet with street fashion superstars, like 90884 designer Kurebayashi, Junnyan, and Shoichi Aoki, the founder of FRUiTS magazine, to peel back the rainbow-colored stickers and uncover the depth behind Decora. Subscribe to the Refinery29 channel: http://bit.ly/subscribe-to-r29 For all Style Out There episodes, go to: http://bit.ly/Style-Out-There For the latest trends and videos, visit: http://refinery29.com Like Refinery29 on Facebook: http://facebook.com/refinery29 Follow Refinery29 on Twitter: http://twitter.com/refinery29 Heart Refinery29 on Instagram: http://instagram.com/refinery29
Views: 8235955 Refinery29
Yoshi is the Japanese teen taking over fashion
 
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This new Dazed film follows Yoshi – a 14-year-old boy from Japan – who has gained attention with his style from the likes of Virgil Abloh, Nicola Formichetti, and Helmut Lang. Read more here: https://dazd.co/2Nr8xtY Directed and produced by Louis Ellison & Jacob Hodgkinson Editor - Janka Troeber Colourist - Mark Meadows Sound design - Adam Gazla & John Canning Creative producer - Bec Evans Executive producer - Thomas Gorton
Views: 13031 Dazed
The HOTTEST in Japanese Street Fashion in 2018
 
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Get 10% off your first Squarespace website or domain with http://www.squarespace.com/thecasual Reggie gives the summary of the hottest drops, designers, and international brands in Japan for 2018. From Verdy's epic rise to Palace Skateboard's new Tokyo Flagship, there was a lot to be excited about in the fashion industry in Japan. Is Japan about to get even more ridiculous in 2019? It gets broken down on this episode of WTH The Casual is the home of international street fashion, culture, and lifestyle based in Tokyo, Japan. Keep it locked for all the latest from Tokyo and beyond. Keep it Casual. ••••• Support The Casual on Patreon: https://patreon.com/thecasual Follow us+ ON INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/thecasual.co ON TWITTER: http://twitter.com/thecasual_co REGGIE on INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/reggiecasual REGGIE on TWITTER: http://twitter.com/reggiecasual ••••• MUST READS!!! Purple Cow - Seth Godin: https://amzn.to/2OxBROs Ametora - W. David Marx: https://amzn.to/2RJpYau Thread's Not Dead - Jeff Finley: https://amzn.to/2SUAltd OUR GEAR Lean mean studio camera: https://amzn.to/2DcCBa3 The all-around VLOG Camera: https://amzn.to/2RFlqSg Our FAVORITE Lens: https://amzn.to/2RKK9EV The E-mount lens you should get FIRST: https://amzn.to/2RBQySw The VLOG Lens: https://amzn.to/2qzDOAH The BEST MIC for your buck: https://amzn.to/2RJr1qW Our FAV Audio Recorder: https://amzn.to/2RJRUuM Ultimate PODCAST Mic: https://amzn.to/2yY8Er3 Our gimbal of choice: https://amzn.to/2qBcLoC
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100 Years of Japanese Fashion | Glamour
 
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Take a look back at the last century and a half of Japanese fashion. From hand-painted silk kimonos and avante-garde designer clothes by Rei Kawakubo and Yohji Yamamoto, to Harajuku street fashion trends like Goth Lolita and Fairy Kei, watch the transformation of Japanese fashion over the decades. Still haven’t subscribed to Glamour on YouTube? ►► http://bit.ly/2gYlQqe ABOUT GLAMOUR Glamour is for the woman who sets the direction of her own life and lives it to its fullest and chicest. The dream job, the perfect look, the right guy: All are in her reach. Glamour makes them reality. Its inspiration, ideas and guidance help her conquer her world with confidence and style. Glamour is your guide to career and lifestyle advice. Discover the latest fashion trends, hairstyles, beauty tips, celebrity news, inspirational videos, and relationship & sex advice. https://www.youtube.com/user/GlamourMag 100 Years of Japanese Fashion | Glamour
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The GOLDEN AGE of Japanese Street Fashion | The 90's
 
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Japanese streetwear and street fashion have been some of the most innovative on the planet, but it was the 1990's that started it all. From Hiroshi Fujiwara to NIGO, GoodEnough to Undercover the 90's stand as Japan's most definitive decade when it comes to street fashion. We explore the styles and perspectives of both women's and men's style that defined streetwear and street fashion worldwide. ••••• Register for BUYEE to start shopping online in Japan. BUYEE FREE Registration page: http://bit.ly/2AO5One ••••• Support The Casual on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/thecasual Our Amazon Affiliate Link: http://amzn.to/2wfwpu1 ••••• The Casual is the home of international street fashion, culture, and lifestyle from the perspective of Japan. Keep it locked for all the latest from Tokyo and beyond. As always, Keep it Casual. Follow us+ http://www.TheCasual.co http://instagram.com/thecasual.co http://facebook.com/thecasual.jp http://twitter.com/thecasual_co
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Why You Should Go to Japan for Streetwear
 
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Every year thousands of travelers come to Japan in search of something mysterious and many more come for the eccentric society. On this episode of The State we take a look at why you should come to Japan for fashion. The Casual is the home of international street fashion, culture, and lifestyle from the perspective of Japan. Keep it locked for all the latest from Tokyo and beyond. As always, Keep it Casual. Support The Casual on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/thecasual Our Amazon Affiliate Link: http://amzn.to/2wfwpu1 See what we have in store! http://mrkt.thecasual.co Follow on social+ http://www.TheCasual.co http://instagram.com/thecasual.co http://facebook.com/thecasual.jp http://twitter.com/thecasual_co
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Japanese Street Style - Shouta, Harajuku
 
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Meet Shouta, a 26-year-old Japanese aspiring musician, model, and actor who is active in the Harajuku street fashion scene. Shouta, who had a complex about his appearance, has tried to turn that negative into a positive through the power of fashion and music. "Our Streets, My Style" is our original show taking you up close and personal with Japanese street style personalities. Meet the amazing people featured in the daily street snaps Tokyo Fashion has been publishing for over a decade. Shouta on Instagram and Twitter: https://instagram.com/tananasho/ https://twitter.com/tananasho We first met Shouta on the streets of Tokyo's Harajuku neighborhood several years ago. The aspiring musician (he plays guitar and drums as well as singing) immediately stood out because of his bald head and minimalist oversized fashion. His passion for music - which has long been his dream - was obvious, even in our first conversations. Shouta first began visiting Harajuku after moving to Tokyo from Nagano. He told us that he used to have a complex about his appearance. After starting a band and getting more involved in fashion, he began to see the negative things that he had been focusing on as potential positives that made him unique. Over the last few years, in addition to his band, Shouta has been doing more modeling for fashion brands. His style is very "Japanese" and he wears fashion by designers - Yohji Yamamoto is his favorite - that incorporate traditional Japanese elements into their modern stylings. In addition to modeling, he has also started to do some acting in short films, something that he hopes to explore more in the future. Shouta has built a large circle of fashion-loving friends on the streets of Harajuku, which he told us helps to keep him positive when dark thoughts start to creep in. And when he can't suppress them, he tries to focus any negativity into song writing for his band. Even though he told us that he has a "gloomy" side, Shouta is someone who we always enjoy meeting on the street, and we hope that you'll enjoy his interview as well! Follow Shouta on Instagram to see more of his life, music, and modeling. You can also ask him questions directly via her social media accounts. Please leave comments in the YouTube comments if you have suggestions for future episodes of this show. Thank you for watching and for supporting Japanese street fashion. Please subscribe to the Tokyo Fashion YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=tokyofashionnews
Views: 14467 Tokyo Fashion
I Got A Tokyo Makeover
 
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So we traveled to Japan to film a three-part series about beauty & style and our second episode is a head-to-toe Tokyo street fashion makeovers! I've heard so much about Harajuku fashion and Tokyo street fashion that I decided to take our regional style investigation across the Pacific all the way to Japan! We explored three street fashion trends, including Vintage Remake, Mode, and the Colorful Layered style. What did you guys think of my Tokyo fashion makeover? A GIANT thank you to RinRin for helping us! You can check her out here ~ IG: https://www.instagram.com/rinrindoll/ English channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCU8_LMvzzqBXNL-KXuE-D_w Main channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/RinRinDolly Another thanks to Mika, who was featured in this video! You can check her out here ~ IG: https://www.instagram.com/oreo.oreo.m/ A big thank you as well to Amanda and Cecelia, as well as LaForet, Ground Y, Wall, and A Nincompoop Capacity for allowing us to film there! And thank you to Tokyo Fashion for allowing use to use their photos, you can find more of their street snapper photos here! IG: https://www.instagram.com/tokyofashion/ Don’t forget to click the bell to turn on post notifications! Safiya's Nextbeat: https://nextbeat.co/u/safiya IG: https://www.instagram.com/safiyany/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/safiyajn Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/safnygaard/ This video is NOT sponsored! Assistant Editors: Emily Linden & Claire Wiley MUSIC Mind The Gap Top Banana Cafe Latte Oohs And Ahhs Freak Pork And Beans Whats Cookin Do What I Do Take You Away Mesmers Fantasy via Audio Network SFX via AudioBlocks
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US vs Japanese Street Wear
 
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What's better? You decide. Follow me to continue the discussion. Instagram: @ReggieCasual Twitter: @ReggieCasual
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What Kind of FASHION is Popular in Japan Right Now?
 
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Views: 137423 Sharmander
Street Style Harajuku Tokyo Japan 92492 NM NS
 
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Subscribe to http://www.fashionone.com/subscribe and see Fashion One's latest videos. Get your style guide out and take note! Every week, Fashion One presents the most cutting-edge collections from the hottest runway shows around the world. Get the latest fashion news at http://www.fashionone.com Join our Facebook fan page: http://www.fashionone.com/facebook Follow us on twitter: http://www.fashionone.com/twitter Catch our fashion updates on http://www.fashionone.com/googleplus "Fashion One" "Fashion Entertainment" "Fashion Model" "Runway" "Beauty" "Music" "Fashion One TV" "Designers" "Fashion Designers" "Style" "Collection" "Fashion Show" "Fashion" "Week"
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Japanese Street Fashion Interview - Rikarin, Harajuku
 
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Meet Rikarin, a kawaii-loving Japanese college student who plans to keep Harajuku in her heart no matter where life takes her. "Our Streets, My Style" is our original show taking you up close and personal with Japanese street style personalities. Meet the amazing people featured in the daily street snaps Tokyo Fashion has been publishing for over a decade. Rikarin on Instagram & Twitter: https://instagram.com/rikarin0526/ https://twitter.com/rikarin0526 We first met Rikarin when she was a Japanese high school student participating in the once-a-month Harajuku Fashion Walk event. In her early Harajuku days - nearly 5 years ago - she most often dressed in super colorful Japanese decora or fairy kei style fashion. Having attended international school, Rikarin stood out from the crowd as one of the only Japanese kids who could speak English and easily make friends with foreign Harajuku Fashion Walk participants. Her bright sunny personality and sense of humor also helped her to make fast friends with people from Japan and around the world. The famous Harajuku kawaii brand 6%DOKIDOKI has been Rikarin's favorite fashion brand for as long as we have known her. While her style has evolved from decora over the years, Rikarin continues to incorporate kawaii elements - and 6%DOKIDOKI items - into her looks. After graduating from high school, Rikarin attended one of Japan's most prestigious universities and held part-time jobs at several popular Harajuku shops. All of these experiences - aalong with watching lots of other kids arrive and depart the street fashion scene - have given Rikarin more perspective on Harajuku. For the last year, she has been working on a college project documenting the Harajuku experience. As she enters her final year of college, Rikarin has begun Japan's traditional career-hunting phase. For most students of top schools here in Japan, that means dyeing your hair black and wearing a black suit while attending nearly indistinguishable interviews at distinguished Japanese companies. Rikarin is hoping to break that mold, working hard to find a career that both pays the bills and allows her to celebrate her love of all things colorful and happy. Harajuku has been a key part of making Rikarin the person she is today. She's sure that she'll keep the spirit of Harajuku alive inside of her forever - no matter where life may take Rikarin in the future. Please subscribe to the Tokyo Fashion YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=tokyofashionnews Music, media, and all sound effects used under license.
Views: 17120 Tokyo Fashion
BERCERK "Dirty City" Harajuku Street Fashion
 
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Guerilla fashion show on the streets of Harajuku by dark Japanese streetwear brand BERCERK. Japanese independent fashion brand BERCERK skipped the runway and brought their Spring collection directly to the rainy streets of Harajuku - the youth-centric Tokyo neighborhood where the brand was born. Founded by Cham, a staffer at the uber-popular Harajuku boutique Never Mind the XU, BERCERK features dark gender neutral streetwear with the concept of " Braver than men, more feminine than women." The guerilla fashion show was titled "Dirty City" and featured six different looks from the latest BERCERK collection. For more info on BERCERK, check the brand's official Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bercerk/ Also check Cham's social media: https://www.instagram.com/daaaaaicham/ https://twitter.com/daaaaaicham BERCERK Dirty City fashion show models: KARIN http://instagram.com/ipride_karin http://twitter.com/ipride_karin RINA http://instagram.com/rinaaaa013 http://twitter.com/rinaaaa013 MUMU http://instagram.com/mumunuma http://twitter.com/MumuNumatani RYUNOSUKE http://instagram.com/ryunosuke_ishimitsu http://twitter.com/ryunosuke_lseu SHOTA http://instagram.com/immrsht73 http://twitter.com/immrsht NASHU http://instagram.com/n___s___u http://twitter.com/n___s___u Make Up Artist YUMI http://instagram.com/youmie620 http://twitter.com/acidyoumieroid Please subscribe to the Tokyo Fashion YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=tokyofashionnews All music used under license.
Views: 165497 Tokyo Fashion
Japanese vs Western Street Fashion Pt  II: You Decide
 
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It's a BATTLE ROYALE!! Who gets the title of street fashion king in your book? We outline the differences, talk about the Japanese way and contrast that to the West. You decide who is best. (It's really a 'taste' thing honestly) Keep it locked on The Casual for more news on Japanese Street fashion & culture, style tips, pick-ups, store reviews, and some good ol' fashion vlogging. As Always, Keep it Casual. Keep the convo going in the comments on social+ http://www.TheCasual.co http://instagram.com/thecasual.co http://twitter.com/thecasual_co
Views: 58687 THE CASUAL
This MEGA Vintage/Thrift Shop in Tokyo is CRAZY!
 
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Reggie takes you on a personal trip to one of his frequented used/thrift/vintage shops in Harajuku, explaining how this behemoth of a store is part of an even larger community in street fashion in Japan. ••••• Register for BUYEE to start shopping online in Japan. BUYEE FREE Registration page: http://bit.ly/2AO5One ••••• Support The Casual on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/thecasual Our Amazon Affiliate Link: http://amzn.to/2wfwpu1 ••••• The Casual is the home of international street fashion, culture, and lifestyle from the perspective of Japan. Keep it locked for all the latest from Tokyo and beyond. As always, Keep it Casual. Follow us+ http://www.TheCasual.co http://instagram.com/thecasual.co http://facebook.com/thecasual.jp http://twitter.com/thecasual_co
Views: 234310 THE CASUAL
Japanese Street Fashion - Shoshi, Harajuku
 
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Meet Shoshi, a well-known Japanese street style icon and aspiring select shop owner. Shoshi's life was changed forever after discovering a passion for fashion on the streets of Harajuku. "Our Streets, My Style" is our original show taking you up close and personal with Japanese street style personalities. Meet the amazing people featured in the daily street snaps Tokyo Fashion has been publishing for over a decade. Shoshi on Instagram and Twitter: https://instagram.com/we_can_do_anything/ https://twitter.com/_BABYSLUT_ We first met Shoshi (aka Shoushi or Shoshipoyo) on the streets of Harajuku over five years ago. At that time, Shoshi - who prefers the pronoun they/them - was a Japanese high school student trying out different styles to find out who they were. In addition to their love of fashion, Shoshi was (and is) passionate about music. Shoshi counts Brooke Candy and Lady Gaga as two artists who've inspired them. Over the years, we watched Shoshi's style and interests evolve. After graduating from high school and enrolling in Tokyo's most famous Fashion School, Bunka Fashion College, their unique style and personality began inspiring a younger generation of Harajuku kids, establishing Shoshi as an icon of the Japanese street fashion scene. Recent years have seen Shoshi travel to Europe and America, collaborate with international creatives, work at one of Tokyo's most influential boutiques (Dog Harajuku), graduate from Bunka Fashion College, and flirt with the launch of their own online select shop. Shoshi's future plans are far from clear, as Shoshi is always in motion and full of dreams and ambitions. What is clear is that wherever Shoshi goes from here, their time spent on the streets of Harajuku changed their life forever - for the better. Follow Shoshi on Instagram if you'd like to keep up with their adventures. You can also ask them questions directly via their social media linked above. Please leave comments in the YouTube comments if you have suggestions for future episodes of this show. Thank you for watching and for supporting Japanese street style. Please subscribe to the Tokyo Fashion YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=tokyofashionnews All music, photos, and graphics either shot by us (Tokyo Fashion) or used under license.
Views: 62902 Tokyo Fashion
Japanese Street Fashion - Beni, Harajuku
 
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Meet Beni, a Japanese high school student with a love of dance and art. On the streets of Harajuku, Beni discovered that fashion helped her to express herself, make new friends, and grow as a person. "Our Streets, My Style" is our original show taking you up close and personal with Japanese street style personalities. Meet the amazing people featured in the daily street snaps Tokyo Fashion has been publishing for over a decade. Beni on Instagram & Twitter https://www.instagram.com/beni9s/ https://twitter.com/beniemily9s We first met Beni on the streets of Harajuku in the spring of 2017. She was a Japanese high school student who dressed mostly in trendy styles sold by popular boutiques in the famous Tokyo neighborhood. As we got to know more about her, we learned that Beni was an aspiring artist, and that she had also been involved in dance (both ballet and modern dance) since she was very young. Having been interested in creative expression through art and dance since she was a child, we were not surprised to see Beni dive deeper into fashion as another medium to express herself. As she spent more time in Harajuku, Beni's personal style began to move away from trendy shops and toward independent designers, vintage shops, and experimental looks. Beni also began to make new friends on the streets of Harajuku - creative young people from all over Tokyo who shared her love of fashion and who have similar dreams and ambitions. When she first arrived in Harajuku, she didn't know anyone in the neighborhood. By the spring of 2018, Beni had built a large new family of friends, acquaintances, and creative collaborators - a group of kids who inspire and support each other in fashion and in life. Beni's story is similar to the story of many other Harajuku kids who visit Harajuku casually at first, and then discover a deeper love of fashion - and a new group of creative friends. We hope that you'll enjoy hearing about this evolution first hand from a real Harajuku girl. If you have questions for Beni, feel free to ask her by commenting on her personal Instagram. Please subscribe to the Tokyo Fashion YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=tokyofashionnews All music, photos, and graphics either shot by us (Tokyo Fashion) or used under license.
Views: 30344 Tokyo Fashion
The History of Japanese Street Fashion | The 80's
 
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A trip down memory lane. We take a look at how the 80's marked the beginning of Japanese street fashion and how much influence the west, namely American culture, had an impact on the styles of today. ••••• Register for BUYEE to start shopping online in Japan. BUYEE FREE Registration page: http://bit.ly/2AO5One ••••• Support The Casual on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/thecasual Our Amazon Affiliate Link: http://amzn.to/2wfwpu1 ••••• The Casual is the home of international street fashion, culture, and lifestyle from the perspective of Japan. Keep it locked for all the latest from Tokyo and beyond. As always, Keep it Casual. Follow us+ http://www.TheCasual.co http://instagram.com/thecasual.co http://facebook.com/thecasual.jp http://twitter.com/thecasual_co
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Japanese Street Style & J-Pop - Asachill, Harajuku
 
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Meet Asachill, a Japanese singer from Kyoto who performs as a "Monster Girl" at Tokyo's most famous Kawaii-themed cafe. Asachill sees Harajuku as a place full of opportunity where dreams can come true. "Our Streets, My Style" is our original show taking you up close and personal with Japanese street style personalities. Meet the amazing people featured in the daily street snaps Tokyo Fashion has been publishing for over a decade. Asachill on Instagram & Twitter https://www.instagram.com/asachill/ https://twitter.com/asachill065 https://asachill.storeinfo.jp/ J-pop singer Asachill moved to Tokyo over three years ago. When we first met her on the streets of Tokyo, she stood out with her futuristic style and strong personality. Asachill is well known in the Harajuku fashion scene today as one of the "Monster Girls" at the famous Kawaii Monster Cafe. She calls herself a "Kyoto Pop Icon" and her biggest aspiration is to become a popular singer. Asachill was born in one of Japan's most historic cities, Kyoto. Her family has run a traditional Obanzai restaurant in Kyoto's entertainment district Ponto-cho for over 70 years. When she was a little girl, Asachill was surrounded by traditional Japanese food, culture, and fashion, including seeing people wearing kimono every day. This lifelong exposure to tradition continues to influence her own fashion, music, and life. Working as a performer in Harajuku on a daily basis, Asachill believes the neighborhood is full of opportunities. Creative people from all walks of Japanese life are drawn to Harajuku, not just those interested in fashion. While Asachill loves fashion, her primary focus remains music, and the people she has met in Harajuku have helped her along that path. While Asachill's journey - from traditional Kyoto culture to becoming a Kawaii Monster Girl and J-Pop singer in Tokyo - is unique, her story of finding creative inspiration, support, connections and opportunities on the streets of Harajuku is shared by countless creative Harajuku kids. Please check out the interview to hear Asachill's story in her own words. If you'd like to ask her any questions or know more, please leave comments or contact her directly via her social media links above. Please subscribe to the Tokyo Fashion YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=tokyofashionnews All music, photos, and graphics either shot by us (Tokyo Fashion) or used under license.
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Japanese Street Style - Kanji, Harajuku
 
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Meet Kanji, a Japanese high school student who traded karate and judo for artistic self expression through avant-garde handmade Harajuku street fashion. "Our Streets, My Style" is our original show taking you up close and personal with Japanese street style personalities. Meet the amazing people featured in the daily street snaps Tokyo Fashion has been publishing for over a decade. Kanji on Instagram & Twitter https://instagram.com/freiheit2348.texas7347/ https://twitter.com/kakakakantii2 We met Kanji on the streets of Tokyo in the fall of 2017, less than a year before this interview. In the months since, he quickly established himself as one of the most extreme and avant-garde dressers of the current generation of Harajuku kids. Without any fashion education (he attends a normal Japanese high school), but with a head full of ideas, Kanji creates most of his own outfits on his bedroom floor. While we watched him roam the streets of Harajuku in increasingly extreme handmade fashion since early 2018, his breakout came during the spring 2018 Tokyo Fashion Week events. Kanji wore a different handmade outfit every day of Tokyo Fashion Week. Those seven avant-garde outfits - culminating on the final day with a piece called "Mother" that featured three full sized mannequin heads - got noticed by many people, including a battalion of international street fashion photographers. Kanji is young - and less than a year into his fashion experience - so he's still figuring out his philosophy and future plans. He himself has said that he expects to make mistakes and change direction many times before finding his preferred path forward. In the meantime, he is learning a lot, making friends, having fun, and creating one-of-a-kind fashion that even the famed streets of Harajuku have never seen before. We hope you enjoy our interview with Kanji. If you're interested in seeing more of his fashion up close or asking him questions, consider following him on Instagram or Twitter. Also, please let us know what you think of this video in the YouTube comments, and tell us what we can do to improve this interview series in the future. Thank you very much for watching and for supporting Japanese street fashion and Harajuku kids! Please subscribe to the Tokyo Fashion YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=tokyofashionnews All music, photos, and graphics either shot by us (Tokyo Fashion) or used under license.
Views: 21349 Tokyo Fashion
Japanese Street Fashion Lookbook
 
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A little Japanese Street-inspired fashion lookbook~! Comment down below on which outfit was your favorite! Please subscribe for more videos ..it'd mean the world to us :0D Let's be friends! Sarah's instagram: www.instagram.com/enigmasplease Kim's instagram: www.instagram.com/ruikatze ----------------------------- [ o n e ] // s a r a h shoes: lazy oaf / / http://www.lazyoaf.com/ skirt: American Apparel / / http://store.americanapparel.net/en/ socks: target / / http://www.target.com/ top: tobi // http://www.tobi.com/ cardigan: h&m // http://www.hm.com/us [t w o ] // kim hat// stay cute http://stay-cute.com/accessories/fight-like-a-girl-golf-cap top// american apparel overalls// taobao shoes// taobao
Views: 11748 pixeldust
Techwear Tips + Japanese Tech Brands
 
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Techwear is burgeoning as a legitimate style in street fashion and we fully expect the community (and brands) to latch on to its growing popularity. But how do you do it and what are some brands already doing it? We break it down from the Tokyo perspective in this episode of THE STATE. The Casual is the home of international street fashion, culture, and lifestyle from the perspective of Japan. Keep it locked for all the latest from Tokyo and beyond. Keep it Casual. BRANDS MENTIONED IN THIS VIDEO Discovered: http://discovered.jp/ Y-3: www.y-3.com Cav Empt: www.cavempt.com Snow Peak: https://www.snowpeak.co.jp/ White Mountaineering: whitemountaineering.com Follow on social+ http://www.TheCasual.co http://instagram.com/thecasual.co http://facebook.com/thecasual.jp http://twitter.com/thecasual_co See what we have in store! http://mrkt.thecasual.co
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GR: Fake Tans and Frills: Japanese Street Fashion and its Effect on Women and Society
 
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History day 2017 Senior Division Group Documentary Mihret Atherly-Larsen
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Japan Fashion Haul! Spent all my $$ on vintage & street wear
 
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Here's what I bought in Japan! The street style over there is my absolute dream so I went a bit crazy shopping in Harajuku, Tokyo, Shibuya & Osaka. Subscribe for more - http://bit.ly/1vNpDRe FOLLOW ME ON INSTA - @StealTheSpotlight Some of my top places for shopping were; In Osaka: Hep5 - This was like a better version of Shibuya 109 imo (at least if you're more into mens/streetwear) There's also cafe's and non clothing stores like a Disney and Jump shop. + there's a ferris wheel on top of the building which was awesome to look over Osaka at night. Orange Street - This street was amazing for vintage shopping!! Make sure you pay attention to any little signs because often stores are tucked away up and down stairs! Some of the side streets also have some good finds so just be on the look out for anything that catches your eye. This was one of my favourite spots - highly recommend! In Tokyo - Harajuku - Personally I found Takeshita Street too busy. It was definitely worth a look but if you get anxiety in crowds it's not the best spot for you. We spent time just wondering around, getting lost which lead us to some cool stores. I'm not sure of the street name but whatever road has the opening ceremony store is definitely worth a look! Tons of great shops a long there, make sure you check some of the side alleys as well! What I assume is the 'main road' has stores worth a look too - there's a good WeGo that wasn't so busy and a massive thrift store just near the Line Friends flagship shop where you can get a bunch of bt21 goodies! Honestly just roam everywhere in this area and people watch because everyone's style is incredible!! Shibuya - Shibuya 109 is definitely worth a visit, there's some really unique stores in there and there's a lot to look at. If you're in the mood to shop you could probably spend quite a long time here! Of course there's a lot of shopping to do just in the general area as well. The Disney store there is also really beautiful. I loved Tower Records too! Both times we went there, there happened to be a performance on. Shimokitazawa - This area has a TON of vintage stores packed in, for the most part they stock fairly similar styles but it's crazy to see the quantity and quality of second hand over there! No specific recommendations, again you really just have to explore the area. Akihabara - This is where I picked up any anime merch but I'm sure if you're into anime you are already well aware of this area! Ahh I think those are the main shopping spots I'd recommend! Sorry it's a bit wordy, but hopefully it's helpful for any of you travelling to Japan soon :) ♫Music By♫ Engelwood - https://soundcloud.com/engelwoodmusic/ FTC: Not Sponsored. No affiliate links. Chat to me on; ♡ http://instagram.com/stealthespotlight ♡ https://twitter.com/SpotlightKatie Any businesses wanting to reach me can email me at [email protected] #JapanHaul
Views: 31658 StealTheSpotlight
Tokyo Street Style - Sakurako, Harajuku
 
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Meet Sakurako, an 18-year-old Japanese student with a strong passion for art and fashion. When going through difficult times in life, Sakurako found confidence and inspiration through a supportive teacher, and from a group of fashionable friends she met on the streets of Harajuku. "Our Streets, My Style" is our original show taking you up close and personal with Japanese street style personalities. Meet the amazing people featured in the daily street snaps Tokyo Fashion has been publishing for over a decade. Sakurako on Instagram and Twitter: https://instagram.com/illbabigstar/ https://twitter.com/_DANBOWL_ We first noticed Sakurako when she was a Tokyo high school student featured in the Japanese teen fashion magazine HR. Sakurako ran with a group of colorful Japanese teens whose street styles and lives were chronicled in the magazine. Sakurako is not a tall girl, but her personality is very big, and that was apparent even in the first photos we saw of her. After meeting her in person on the streets of Harajuku, we immediately became fascinated by her bigger than life personality mixed with a quiet introspective side. She told us that she had confidence issues when she was younger and both art and fashion had helped her to grow as a person, with Harajuku being a big part of that growth. In 2017, HR Magazine shut down. Around that same time, Sakurako graduated from high school. After graduation, she decided to attend one of Tokyo's most well known art schools, Tama Art University. Sakurako and her friends from HR continue to visit Harajuku, and their colorful fun styles are evolving as they all age. Sakurako is increasingly focused on her art, and finding ways to mix art and fashion. She told us that she plans to be an artist for all of her life, and probably to teach art to young people in the future. After having her life positively impacted by a supportive teacher, Sakurako wants to pass that support on to the next generation of creative young people. Follow Sakurako on Instagram to see more of her art and colorful fashion. You can also ask her questions directly via her social media accounts. Please leave comments in the YouTube comments if you have suggestions for future episodes of this show. Thank you for watching and for supporting Japanese street fashion. Please subscribe to the Tokyo Fashion YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=tokyofashionnews All music, photos, and graphics either shot by us (Tokyo Fashion) or used under license.
Views: 22774 Tokyo Fashion
5 Budget Friendly Japanese Street Brands | STATE OF JAPAN
 
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Strapped for cash in Tokyo? Check.out these budget brands that'll keep you looking better than decent for a fraction of the cost. • Notable Brands in this video Uniqlo: http://Uniqlo.com RageBlue: http://www.dot-st.com/m/rageblue/ Hare: http://www.dot-st.com/m/hare/ Casper John: http://zozo.jp/sp/brand/casperjohn/ FPAR: http://www.fparmg.com Number(N)ine: http://www.n-nine.com Keep it locked on The Casual for more news on Japanese Street fashion & culture, style tips, pick-ups, store reviews, and some good ol' fashion vlogging. As Always, Keep it Casual. Keep the convo going in the comments on social+ http://www.TheCasual.co http://instagram.com/thecasual.co http://twitter.com/thecasual_co
Views: 62537 THE CASUAL
5 Reasons Why Japanese Fashion Sucks....Sometimes...
 
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Nothing is perfect. Nothing. Maybe tacos...tacos may be perfect but that's the only thing. Which means for all the great things about Japanese street fashion and style there are some missteps. We break it down and explain why Japanese street fashion may suck sometimes. It's still kinda great tho. Keep it locked on The Casual for more news on Japanese Street fashion & culture, style tips, pick-ups, store reviews, and some good ol' fashion vlogging. As Always, Keep it Casual. Keep the convo going in the comments on social+ http://www.TheCasual.co http://instagram.com/thecasual.co http://twitter.com/thecasual_co
Views: 58685 THE CASUAL
40 Best Outfits From Tokyo Street Fashion
 
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When you think of or talk about Japan, the general picture that comes to mind is of the past when the women wore their colorful silk kimonos and narrow, long skirts that made them stride slowly and gave them a natural modesty. However, that is something that can relegate strictly to the past since the fashions there are no longer the same, especially when you consider the fashions in a city like Tokyo. That is why, if you are thinking in terms of original and awesome oriental prints to wear to an advantage to be like the people in Tokyo, then you are not on the right track but it is a great idea nevertheless. We are saying this fashion has a new look in Tokyo. To do as the women and girls in Tokyo, are doing in terms of fashion, you will need to know all about patterns so that you can get the mix right. As you may be aware, the girls and women are blessed with ivory complexions, dark straight hair, high cheekbones, slanted black eyes and really petite builds. Which means that anything they wear will make them look really cute and feminine. But if you look at the fashions of Tokyo today, you will realize that they have worked really hard to break this stereotype to look more edgy but without losing any of their petite charms. Yes, it does sound like a big deal and believe us it is. Because they have really veered away from their usual look and come up with something so distinctive, that one cannot help but be astounded by this. But before you jump into this surprisingly addictive way of looking at fashions, we suggest that you delve deeper into trendy and obsessive geometric print outfits for this year. At this point, this may astound you, but you will understand what we mean in a while. Because difficult as it may seem, we are going to look at Tokyo fashions, and try to decipher the main elements of these fashion trends. We may not be able to cover everything, but we will try and decipher the main elements. We are sure that with these tips and hints and armed with the images we have given here; you can come up with your own versions of the Tokyo street fashion looks. Made the most of their petite frame: Having a slender and petite frame can be a big blessing as it provides a good frame for most clothing. They have done away with the need to conceal their legs and gone with short outfits that draws our eyes to their lovely legs. But not all their outfits are short as some of them are long and wacky. You will also notice that despite their relatively lesser height than westerners or people from other parts of the world, they do have long legs. Edgy and bright: They have gone with colors that are edgy and bright to make a point. Their makeup is no longer of the type that is subtle and hardly there. The Tokyo fashion looks do not shy away from bright pinks, blues and greens in clothing as well as makeup. What is more, they have also gone for the edgy look by adding oddly matching but also conflicting layers to their clothing. If you take a careful look, you will find that Tokyo fashion covers everything from top to toe and that is why they have really chunky and colorful shoes as well. Music by Dan-O at DanoSongs.com
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WHAT IS JAPANESE WOMEN'S FASHION? w/ JPOP STAR // Fung Bros World Tour
 
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Andrew and AB explore women's streetwear in Tokyo with Minami of the new j-pop group Cream. Later they meet up with Joey and Vienna at the pet cafe. Do you prefer the kawaī or kakkoī look? What is your favorite pet cafe in Japan? ▸ FUNG BROS SHIRTS & MERCH // http://bit.ly/fungbrosshop ANHBAN ▸ http://bit.ly/tangmup MINAMI from CREAM ▸ INSTAGRAM // http://bit.ly/minami_cream ▸ WEBSITE // http://bit.ly/creamofficial ▸ NEWEST MV // https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H9Zk2SBbOo8 JOEY ▸ http://bit.ly/joeydevivre VIENNA ▸ http://bit.ly/vienna-doll FOLLOW THE FUNG BROS. ▸ FACEBOOK // http://bit.ly/FungBros-FB ▸ INSTAGRAM // http://bit.ly/fungbros-IG ▸ TWITTER // http://bit.ly/fungbros-TW ANDREW ▸ INSTAGRAM // http://bit.ly/andrewjfung-IG ▸ TWITTER // http://bit.ly/andrewjfung-IG DAVID ▸ INSTAGRAM // http://bit.ly/davidbfung-IG ▸ TWITTER // http://bit.ly/davidbfung-TW CAMERA // Alex Siu (http://bit.ly/asiu1990-IG), Jordan Hwang (http://bit.ly/jordanhwang) EDITOR // Michelle Hsieh MUSIC // Origami Beats (http://bit.ly/origamibeats), RickyFlarez (http://bit.ly/thebriando)
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Japanese Street Fashion - Sakuran, Harajuku
 
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Sakuran is an 18-year-old Japanese fashion student known for her one-of-a-kind remake outfits. She grew up in a small town 1,000 km from Tokyo, but eventually discovered her love of extreme fashion on the streets of Harajuku. "Our Streets, My Style" is our original show taking you up close and personal with Japanese street style personalities. Meet the amazing people featured in the daily street snaps Tokyo Fashion has been publishing for over a decade. Sakuran on Instagram and Twitter: https://instagram.com/sakuran_is_/ https://twitter.com/sakuran_is_ When we first met Sakuran, she was a high school student living in a small town in Japan's norther most prefecture, Hokkaido. She was on a visit to Tokyo when a shop owner told us to drop everything and come to his shop right away. He had a new customer who we absolutely must meet. We rushed over and were greeted by a young Japanese woman - dressed in handmade fashion, silver platform boots, and a painted face - the likes of which we had never seen. Though young, it was clear Sakuran was one of a kind from our first meeting. She threw all rules out the window and wore what she wanted to wear, regardless of how extreme it might look compared to other fashion on the street. Over the next year, we got to know her during her regular visits to Harajuku. She worked at a part time job in Hokkaido, saved up money for several months, then spent all of that money to visit Tokyo for a weekend. In addition to her fashion, we were impressed with her determination to be part of the Harajuku fashion scene a thousand kilometers away. Over the next year Sakuran became friends with many Harajuku kids, shop staff, and other Tokyo street style personalities. Her confidence and styling skills also evolved as she grew closer to graduation from high school. Eventually, she graduated from her small town high school and was accepted into the honors program at Tokyo's Vantan Fashion College. Now a student at Vantan in Tokyo and working part time at a popular independent Harajuku select shop, Sakuran remains fiercely unique. She dreams of being a designer, and wants to encourage other people to find what's unique inside of themselves and amplify it. Follow Sakuran on Instagram to see more of her art and colorful fashion. You can also ask her questions directly via her social media accounts. Please leave comments in the YouTube comments if you have suggestions for future episodes of this show. Thank you for watching and for supporting Japanese street fashion. Please subscribe to the Tokyo Fashion YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=tokyofashionnews All music, photos, and graphics either shot by us (Tokyo Fashion) or used under license.
Views: 7431 Tokyo Fashion
Michiko Koshino - 30 Years of Street Fashion
 
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Michiko Koshino is a Japanese fashion designer known for iconic 1980s and 1990s creations under her Michiko London label. Michiko Koshino left Japan for London in the 1970s. She made fast friends with a group of creative people - musicians, artists, and designers - who would change the world with their creative vision in the 1980s. Michiko launched her "Michiko London" fashion brand in 1986. Her bomber jackets, inflatable cat jackets, and other items quickly became icons of the 1980s London club scene. Michiko has been creating original street and club fashion ever since. To celebrate Michiko London's 30th anniversary, Michiko will host a popup shop at the famous LaForet Harajuku department store - where she first opened a shop back in 1984 - from March 4 - 17, 2016. We were lucky to sit down with Michiko and talk with her about her life and her love of street fashion. For more info on Michiko Koshino and Michiko London https://instagram.com/michiko_london_official/ https://instagram.com/michikokoshino/ https://twitter.com/KoshinoMichiko http://michikokoshino.co.uk/ http://www.michikokoshino.co.jp/ Please subscribe to the Tokyo Fashion YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=tokyofashionnews Music used under license.
Views: 53909 Tokyo Fashion
Tokyo Street Fashion Tour in Harajuku
 
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Reggie Casual takes you on a small virtual tour through the Urahara. A place where fashion meets the street Tokyo, Japan. Take the real tour on your next trip to Japan while it lasts+ Shibuya Street Style: http://bit.ly/2wJgzcQ The Casual is the home of international street fashion, culture, and lifestyle from the perspective of Japan. Keep it locked for all the latest from Tokyo and beyond. As always, Keep it Casual. Support The Casual on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/thecasual Our Amazon Affiliate Link: http://amzn.to/2wfwpu1 See what we have in store! http://mrkt.thecasual.co Follow on social+ http://www.TheCasual.co http://instagram.com/thecasual.co http://facebook.com/thecasual.jp http://twitter.com/thecasual_co Music by Nujabes Track 1: http://bit.ly/2xqsw4j Track 2: http://bit.ly/2xpqsMm
Views: 57117 THE CASUAL
Harajuku Fashion Walk #17 Japanese Street Style 原宿ファッションウォーク
 
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Please Subscribe to the TokyoFashion YouTube Channel! Kawaii video fashion snaps at the 17th Harajuku Fashion Walk event in Tokyo, Japan. This video features closeups of many of the kawaii outfits that Harajuku Fashion Walk participants were wearing. The looks include many well-known Japanese street styles like Lolita, Gothic, Fairy Kei, Decora, Rock Style, Kimono, and many more. Some of the familiar faces that we saw at this Harajuku Fashion Walk included Kumamiki, Lisa13, Ruru, Kyouka and Junnyan. There were also many international participants. Everyone had a good time and lots of new friendships were made. If you haven't seen it already, check out our previous video where we covered the actual walk part of Harajuku Fashion Walk too: http://youtu.be/lBo52-ixiaw The next Harajuku Fashion Walk takes place at the end of July for those of you who will be in Japan! Please Subscribe to the TokyoFashion YouTube Channel for daily video fashion snaps from the streets of Harajuku, and let us know in the comments what you would like to see more videos about.
Views: 160781 Tokyo Fashion
Harajuku & Lolita Fashion ∞ CULTURE CHIC  w/ Sonya Esman
 
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Join Sonya Esman as she travels to Tokyo's Harajuku neighborhood to learn about its famous Lolita fashion. If you want to tag along with Sonya on more of her worldwide journey, check out the full Culture Chic series on go90. Download the app now at go90.com. Sonya Esman YouTube (thatsophiakid): http://icn.io/1NyN0Ye YouTube (classisinternal): http://icn.io/1G36rsQ Facebook: http://icn.io/1G36t47 Twitter: http://icn.io/1G36wNa Instagram: http://icn.io/1G36yET RinRin Doll YouTube: http://icn.io/1QrdDo4 Facebook: http://icn.io/1YiKfzB Twitter: http://icn.io/1YiKkTN Instagram: http://icn.io/1YiKlqX ∞ Subscribe to ICON: http://goo.gl/DptTm ∞ ICON network on the Web: http://youtube.com/ICONnetwork http://facebook.com/ICONnetwork http://twitter.com/ICONnetwork http://pinterest.com/ICONnetwork http://instagram.com/ICONnetwork http://google.com/+ICONnetwork http://icon.network Get the ICON app for iOS and Android now: http://icon.network/s/iconapp Follow our UK friends: http://youtube.com/iconnetworkuk http://facebook.com/iconnetworkuk http://twitter.com/iconnetworkuk http://instagram.com/iconnetworkuk ICONnetwork is a lifestyle network by Michelle Phan. Michelle Phan YouTube: http://bitly.com/MichellePhanYT Facebook: http://bit.ly/MichellePhanFB Twitter: http://bit.ly/MichelleTweets
Views: 266929 ICON Network
I Got Transformed Into a Japanese Lolita Girl | Harajuku, Japan
 
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Experience the Japanese street fashion Lolita in Tokyo, Japan. Thank you to this Harajuku studio for the Lolita girl transformation: http://www.maison-de-julietta.com/. Be sure to click subscribe & turn on the notifications! Lolita fashion is a fashion subculture from Japan emerged during the 1990s as a radical form of street style. It is both kawaii, Victorian, and diverse in its presentation. Harajuku girls began taking the streets of Tokyo and their fashion can now be found all around the world! The outfit I'm dressed in today is part of Sweet Lolita style, with its dolls, cuddly toys that is in reference to Victorian children's literature - very similar to an Alice in Wonderland look! But there is also Gothic Lolita or Punk Lolita style. I never thought I'd get to experience this side of Japanese culture and I'm glad to have let my inner Lolita twirl! More Tokyo Travel videos here: https://youtu.be/ORgodvrL4cQ?t=3s TRAVEL TOKYO Get your Tokyo unlimited 4G wifi here: http://bit.ly/TokyoWifi Get your Tokyo unlimited metro pass here: http://bit.ly/TokyoMetroPass We stayed at a traditional tiny Japanese room on Airbnb! Get $40 off your first room booking: http://www.airbnb.com/c/tlee1980 Thanks Kev for filming. Check out his channel: http://bit.ly/checkoutkev MERCH Shop YUMMY af merch at: https://crewneck.shop/CupofTJ FREE TRAINING Enroll in my 3-part video series to becoming a travel vlogger: http://bitly.com/ViewingtoVlogging CAMERA GEAR Small Vlogging Camera: https://amzn.to/2KmABwJ Big Camera: https://amzn.to/2jdzTFK My Everyday Lens: https://amzn.to/2jfuNc3 Full gear list here: http://bit.ly/cupoftjgear MUSIC 1st song: Amenable Introductions from Epidemic (link below) 2nd song: Toobs Snack by https://davidcuttermusic.com/ 3rd song: Bubble and Squeak from Epidemic (link below) Epidemic Sound is where I find modern copyright free music for vlogs! Sign up here to get a whole month of free music download: http://share.epidemicsound.com/tj PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/cupoftj INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/cupoftj FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/thecupoftj
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Japanese Street Fashion - Dice-K, Harajuku
 
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Meet Dice-K, a young Japanese fashion designer and creative whose brand GlamHate celebrates vampires, glam - and hate! "Our Streets, My Style" is our original show taking you up close and personal with Japanese street style personalities. Meet the amazing people featured in the daily street snaps Tokyo Fashion has been publishing for over a decade. Dice-K on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dice_kkkk/ https://www.instagram.com/glamhate/ https://glamhate.xyz We first met Dice-K at a Lady Gaga concert in Tokyo nearly five years ago. Since then, they enrolled in - and recently graduated from - one of Japan's most prestigious universities, launched their own fashion brand, and evolved in so many ways (both aesthetic and personal). Over the years, we've been ever impressed not only by Dice-K's style, but also their thoughtful consideration of fashion, life, and the intersection of the two. When we sat down with Dice-K on the street in Harajuku this week, they were very open about their personal history and their current feelings on fashion and life. Dice-K is about to release the second collection of their own brand GlamHate. The new GlamHate collection is called "VAMPYRE", but it's not meant in the old fashioned way. Dice-K explains (in the video) that the vampire concept is related to the way fashion trends spread through social media. Popular influencers are vampires who infect others on social media with their taste, and those newly created vampires spread the trends to others. The number of vampires infected by these fashion trends grow exponentially and uncontrollably around the globe. Please watch the interview video to find out more about Dice-K in their own words. Also - if you are in Japan, Dice-K would love to meet you in person at the exhibition for the new GlamHate "VAMPYRE" collection in Tokyo from April 19-22, 2018 at ShibuyaRoom. See the details of the exhibition and map at the official GlamHate Instagram page: https://www.instagram.com/glamhate/ Please subscribe to the Tokyo Fashion YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=tokyofashionnews See our daily Japanese street snaps on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tokyofashion/ Music and sound effects used under license.
Views: 13388 Tokyo Fashion
Does Japanese Street Fashion Steal from The West?
 
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There's an argument to be made that Japan street fashion just duplicates US street fashion. We explore if it in fact does in The State. The Casual is the home of international street fashion, culture, and lifestyle from the perspective of Japan. Keep it locked for all the latest from Tokyo and beyond. As always, Keep it Casual. Support The Casual on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/thecasual Our Amazon Affiliate Link: http://amzn.to/2wfwpu1 See what we have in store! http://mrkt.thecasual.co Follow on social+ http://www.TheCasual.co http://instagram.com/thecasual.co http://facebook.com/thecasual.jp http://twitter.com/thecasual_co
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Harajuku Girl UNCOVERED! Japanese KAWAII Street FASHION CHECK!
 
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You will have spotted this fashionable Harajuku Girl in the Harajuku Fashion walk videos. Sophie is a colorful Harajuku Fashionista and today's episode of UNCOVERED will be about her style. Being a large fan of 6%Dokidoki, this time Sopie is wearing items from different brands including Takashi Murakami pouch, JAPAN LA Sekia Yurie collaboration t-shirt, ☆Become part of my kitten clan today! Subscribe for more fun in Japan! https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Canudoitcosplaygirl ☆☆☆Follow me around Japan, my kitten☆☆☆ ☆INSTAGRAM☆https://instagram.com/canudoitcat ☆TWITTER☆ https://www.twitter.com/DoitCosplaygirl ☆BLOG☆ https://cafeharajuku.blogspot.jp ☆FACEBOOK☆ https://www.facebook.com/pages/canudoitcat ☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆ Japanese FASHION and LIFESTYLE by Cathy Cat. Weekly videos full of Japan fun, kawaii stuff and things to learn and inspire you. I hope every video I share with you will end up motivating you to live our own dreams. DO WHAT YOU LOVE - LOVE WHAT YOU DO! ☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆See you! ☆☆☆
Japanese Street Fashion PARTY: Popncute#8! Cute and colourful street styles
 
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Fashion kisses music in a night full of colours and creativity. Pop n Cute is like it's name - an event of all things pop and cute. Fashion fuses with art, music and performance. PopnCute #8 featured the following artists: DJ RYZ Lisamelody Conpeitou. &良世界 Qiss Quill Clothing 変人変態女子二人 Glad Game 90884 by Haruka Kurebayashi 。。。and many more!
Shibuya, Tokyo Street Fashion Shop Tour
 
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This week's State of Japan features one of my spots for shopping, the city of Shibuya. Famous for "The Scramble", Shibuya boasts some of the best spots for fashion in Tokyo and arguably the world. Sorry for the delay, but an official State of Japan will be available soon! Check out the tour and let me know in the comments where you would like me to go next! Don't forget to subscribe for updates on Japanese Street Culture, style tips, The MRKT pick-ups, brand reviews, The Casual Business, contests, and much more+ Keep the convo going in the comments and on my website and SNS networks below. http://www.TheCasual.co http://instagram.com/ReggieCasual http://twitter.com/ReggieCasual http://www.periscope.tv/reggiecasual
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Japanese Street Fashion
 
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My apologies for the audio's low quality but the song title is "Why Did I Fall in Love with You" by DBSK!
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Korean Japan Hong Kong Fashion Try On Haul 💖
 
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5 Little Known Elements of Japanese Street Fashion
 
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To anyone on the outside Japanese street fashion is a mystery; largely based on the images of what popular blogs and fans of Japan want you to see. The Casual takes on the task of showing you some of the less celebrated aspects of Japanese street fashion. Keep it locked on The Casual for more news on Japanese Street fashion & culture, style tips, pick-ups, store reviews, and some good ol' fashion vlogging. As Always, Keep it Casual. Keep the convo going in the comments on social+ http://www.TheCasual.co http://instagram.com/thecasual.co http://twitter.com/thecasual_co
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