japanese fashion

Denim has truly lived a long life and has become more acceptable as time has passed. Masayohi Kobayashi of The Flat Head put it well when he said "I don't think there are any other clothing items that have stories like jeans."
If you think Harajuku is defined by posing teens and pop culture, think again. The district is just as well known among locals for high-end luxury as low-end grunge. Part one of this walking tour was about teen fantasies, this time it's the grown-ups turn.
As a contributor to the book and longtime resident of Tokyo--one of the most fashionable and fashion-conscious cities in the world--I started thinking about Japanese women's attitude towards fashion and wanted to know more.
As we listened to speakers and looked through images of the disaster, I was so very impressed by the grace and beauty with which the people of Iwate functioned even in times of devastation.
This exciting exhibition, on view at the Seattle Art Museum (SAM), highlights the tremendous innovation of Japanese fashion
Girls donning frilly tops, bell-shaped skirts, knee-high socks and rocking horse shoes appear in the photos of the Facebook page of the group "Lolitas Paradise." The group site is a meeting point for Mexican girls who are are interested in the fashion subculture of Gothic Lolitas which has made its way from Japan to Monterrey, in Northern Mexico.
Only in Tokyo can you have your cake and wear it, too! Popular Japanese jewelery maker Q-Pot has branched out into the patisserie business, cooking up the hottest -- and cutest -- new cake shop in the city.
At its very core, Gothic Lolita style is not about the sex appeal. It's about the clothes, the fashion and the way those
The Fondation Pierre Berge - Yves Saint Laurent has devoted its 17th exhibition to Japanese theatre costumes, known as the Kabuki. The costumes tend to be extravagant and colorful, contributing to the flamboyance of the show.
As a rule, I don't go fanboy for makeup collections. But an exception has to be made for the limited edition Hello Kitty collection that just landed at Sephora.
Japanese design, although informed by a unique sensibility, is not all the same. Issey Miyake is as bold and original as
Of the five panelists on stage at the Fashion Institute of Technology on Tuesday night discussing the Japanese fashion culture