Japan Fashion Week

Japan Fashion Week in Tokyo began as a main meeting place in Tokyo midtown on 23rd. Therefore 44 brands show the new work of the winter/autumn season  for 2010-11 years.

On the other hand, TOKYO GIRLS COLLECTION by girlswalker.com is popular with Japanese young women more. It was held recently in Yokohama arena on March 6, 2010.

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4 Responses to Japan Fashion Week

  1. angelnstar says:

    http://cyberboris.wordpress.com/2010/03/24/crazy-hats-in-tokyo-shows/

    Adored the hats! See the pics. here.

    For some of the other fashion, think The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo! See below.

    http://cyberboris.wordpress.com/2010/03/24/japan-fashion-week-2/

  2. ujiyasu says:

    Oh!! As for it, a work name of Swedish thriller writer Stieg Larsson was connected. The fashion transcends the language barrier. The person of many countries can be concerned with one work.It brings a totally new idea and extends possibility. Thank you for information!

  3. angelnstar says:

    ujiyasu, thank you for your kind comment. As you say, fashion transcends the barriers of language and culture. I am glad you liked the link I made between the Swedish thriller, with its punk heroine and Japanese fashion.

    Japanese fashion is so creative, wild and full of imagination. http://cyberboris.wordpress.com/2010/02/17/fame-monster/

    I can see links between Japanese fashion and Lady Gaga.

  4. ujiyasu says:

    I am interested in each traditional folk costume. And I love the latest fashion at the same time.Furthermore, the clothes in Second-Life of the virtual space are objects of the consideration for me, too.

    As for us, a fashion got possible to take in every phenomena in the world now.

    Ah,Lady Gaga seems to sometimes create clothes by herself. The sensitivity for her clothes is interesting like music 🙂

    angelnstar,may I link your blog?

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