Japanese Fashion Styles

We cover a wide range of Japanese & Harajuku fashion styles

Lolita

Lolita Fashion originated in Harajuku district of Tokyo

Decora

The Decora style originated in the late 1990s/early 2000s and rose to great popularity both in and outside Japan.

Fairy Kei

A childlike style. Outfits are made up of pastel colors (like lavender, baby blue, light pink, mint green, pale yellow, etc.), angel, toy and baby motifs and elements and accessories from Western toy lines of the 1980s and early 1990s,

Elegant & Gothic

Gothic Lolita - is Lolita with a heavy influence from the Eastern and Victorian Goth style.

Gallery

Have a look at some of the various styles of Japanese fashion in Los Angeles

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Blog

Read about latest Harajuku & Japanese fashion trends

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If you aren't sure, always go for Harajuku Day. Harajuku Day is the real deal! I would like to personally thank you for your outstanding events!

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Featured

Each Month We Feature Artists, Designers, and Cool People from Our Community Here!

Cafe Shu

You've seen Jessica's beautiful fairy kei inspired designs at many of our events and now you can find them online at her online shop!

Mellyssa Angel Diggs

Fresh out of Grad school, Mellyssa Angel Diggs is an up and coming graphic designer!

Bree Pop Shop

You've seen Bree in her fantastic fairy kei, but did you know that she makes amazing Pixellated designs for your kawaii and every day life

Celestial Circus

You may know her as Skullita on Instagram with the amazing fashion, but did you also know that she started a brand?

About Harajuku Day

Harajuku Day is a community of Harajuku and Japanese fashion enthusiasts coming together to help further perpetuate the tradition of street fashion first founded in the Harajuku district of Tokyo, Japan.