Stuck in a hair rut? Here’s an adorable braided hair arrange if you have medium to long hair. While you’re at it, check out the rest of the videos on Kiraria’s YouTube channel. You’re sure to find something you like!
Learn how to do a “sweet girly” gal makeup look with the help of a pro makeup artist and Happie nuts model Shizuka Takeda. Be sure to watch the video in HD and fullscreen! More information about all the products used in the video can be found here.
What do you think of Shizuka’s look? Would you try it?
Which of these scarf looks are your favorites?
What do you think think of Erichosu’s room? Do you admire her dedication to her fans?
See how lolita personality Misako Aoki keeps her room and closet arranged in this video clip from the latest episode of NHK’s Kawaii International. With heaps of clothing and accessories—and a small space typical of many Japanese homes—Misako finds cute and creative ways to stay organized.
How do keep your clothes in order? Share your thoughts and ideas with us!
P.S. And stay tuned for more video clips from this episode. There are a lot of great segments we’d love to show you!
Check out this short interview with street fashion darling Juria Nakagawa, taken from a recent episode of NHK’s Kawaii International. What do you think of Juria’s style?
While the rest of us try to keep warm in chilly temperatures, spring has already sprung on the Japanese runways. Check out the runway video for w♥c‘sS/S 2013 collection, primed with plenty of farm-girl chic pieces to keep you looking cute this upcoming season.
Get to know designers Moco and Tomo of fairy-kei brands Mello (clothing) and Strawberry Planet (coordinating accessories). Monday got you down? Their adorable pastel creations are sure to put a smile on your face!
1960s Japanese Ye-Ye clothing commercial.
Japanese commercials: not making any fucking sense since the 1960’s.
Catch up on all the latest from Shibuya 109, including new brand debuts and shop renewals. egg model and GARULA brand producer of Anna Fujita is prominently featured again in the second part, which you can also watch here.
Tag along with host Mana Honda as she visits ALICE and the PIRATES in Shinjuku. The shoes are to die for!
A cute solution to keeping your bangs back in hot weather. Would you give it a try?
Back with more new fall fashion, here’s EMODA’s runway collection. With a nice mix of vintage 60’s and 70’s inspiration, rich textures and prints, along with a more wearable, neutral palette, there’s a lot to like. The styling also seems much more on point compared to last season…which, in my opinion, is enough to restore my faith in EMODA! Thankfully, stylist Shun Watanabe showed some restraint this time and forgot about all those silly flourishes that don’t really add anything to the clothes.
So what say you? Is this collection totally fabulous or tragical fail? Let us know on the forums!