Major Japanese fashion brands are having a special sale over the weekend. Everything is final sale and you may find items up to 70% off. I’ll be stopping by tomorrow for some goodies as well, see you there :)
- xoxo J
5/31(Fri)〜6/2(Sun) TOKYO FAMILY SALE
〒150-0001 東京都渋谷区神宮前2丁目34−17 住友不動産原宿ビル1F
OPEN 11:00〜CLOSE 20:00(19:30 入場締切)
OPEN 11:00〜CLOSE 20:00(19:30 入場締切)
OPEN 11:00〜CLOSE 17:00(16:00 入場締切)
moussy、SLY、BLACK BY MOUSSY、SLY LANG、Rodeo Crowns、Avan Lily、
TWNROOM、SHEL’TTER、rienda、AZUL by moussy、UNDER BAR、RAW.
お問い合わせ：TEL 03-6730-9191 平日10：30〜18：00
Tomorrow a new era will begin with the collaboration of famous Japanese Vocaloid Hatsune Miku and French fashion house Louis Vuitton. The live show [THE END] will be exhibiting in Tokyo for two days only at Bunkamura and will make it’s way to Paris in November. It is the first time in history where music, art, fashion and technology come together to create a live opera without any human appearance involved.
Marc Jacobs himself and his team created Miku’s costume specifically for her using the signature Damier print from the recent Spring and Summer 2013 collection.
All tickets are sold out but if you are lucky enough you may be able to score a ticket at Bunkamura the day of. You wouldn’t want to miss the chance to see something more phenomenal than S1m0ne.
Like anywhere else around the world we all appreciate a good buy. Well, why not pick up a nice 80’s blazer, 90’s pair of jeans, or a vintage character tee for less than $30 (average converted from yen) in the biggest shopping city of Japan.
If you have ever been to Tokyo you probably have set foot in Harajuku before. It’s mainly known for the long street called, “Takeshita Dori” and you see a bunch of crêpe stands, Lolita clothing stores, and little shops with anime knick knacks. Yes, you have seen it and you have walked it. But further down the road between the main crossing of Laforet and Condomania lies a huge building of thrift shops. You wouldn’t recognize it if you walked by but trust me on this one and you will not be disappointed. My recommendation is to check out Kenji located in the basement and scoop out every corner that you can. I could be here shopping for hours because everything is so perfectly organized you will literally check every rack and aisle for the best treasures. The best part about this place is that everything is reasonably priced and the selection is in good quality even the few designer pieces they carry. It’s about the bargain that we love as thrifters, correct?
Besides Kenji the whole building has different levels of used clothing shops, another shop known as Hanjiro. I definitely recommend stopping by. Who knows you might find a printed blouse in better condition than the one your mother passed down to you, just my 2 seconds of advice.
Location : YM SQUARE HARAJUKU
Shibuya-ku, Tokyo Jingu-mae 4-31-10
Mod Play is a modern take on the 70’s trend. Taking these ideas and trends from the 70’s and reworking them with new color and designs create the emphasis on “play.”
All inspiration images are taken off the internet
Living in Brooklyn it’s hard to explain the certain characteristics of this place. It’s a place that you can either love or hate because you don’t know the true qualities certain areas have to offer. A place full of different and diverse people, it never seems to bore me. One day you’re at the thrift shops in Williamsburg and the next you’re picking up tacos from the truck stand on the corner of the subway station at 3 in the morning where there is an ongoing block party. It’s just a unique city waiting to be dug through and that’s when I found this book and wanted to share with all of you. Check out the site below.
“Brooklyn, old and new, is known for its diversity and creative spirit. brooklyn diary takes a look inside the daily lives of twenty-one brooklyn artists, documented by ten different photographers. a place that is both dirty and beautiful, artistic endeavors are abundant in brooklyn – from fashion and photography to organic gardens and distinctive food. the book is divided into categories of walk, eat, shop, home, and studio, and the artists profiled have shared their favorite (often lesser known) brooklyn spots, making it a perfect, unconventional guide book for those planning to visit. introduction written by eric demby, co-founder of the brooklyn flea”
To Purchase Click Here
Here’s everybody’s chance to meet the famous Kim Kardashian at our favorite Bloomingdales. It is a one-of-a-kind opportunity so don’t miss it tomorrow at 5pm 59th Street and Lexington Ave Bloomingdales. Don’t forget to check out the new pieces from her Belle Noel Line.