LAFORET DEPARTMENT STORE, HARAJUKU: WHERE TO BUY JAPANESE GOTHIC LOLITA PUNK CLOTHING, TOKYO FASHION.
Dunh-nuh-nuh-nuh Batman! This season, the superhero insignia was all over Harajuku (the Tokyo neighborhood for alternative street fashion).
What else was in mode? Let’s tour Laforet, the Harajuku department store, and find out.
God bless Putumayo. The punk and Clockwork Orange designs remain on-point.
Plastic Tree’s clothing collaboration was not very impressive…
But h.NAOTO Sixh and Frill (Lolita-style) are as gorgeous as ever.
Can’t go wrong with a black/white color palette.
These days, I’m preferring Lolita-accents to full-out frills. I’d wear the polka dot and playing card coordinate.
Cute ghosts never go out of style. Especially when they wear top hats and stick out their tongues.
Malko Malka’s googly-eyes and heart patches are the definition of spooky-kawaii.
Polka dots were also prominent in the World Wide Love boutique.
I leave you with a photo of Seba in his usual mode — distracted! His bag is by Dolce and Gabbana.
What caught your eye at Laforet? Has your style changed over the years? If so, how?
To see more photos and directions to these stores, please view my Tokyo Goth Lolita shopping guide.
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