Moon Babies, meet Wylona Hayashi! She’s the chameleon of a model from Japan that can transform herself into anyone from a dangerous femme fatale to an innocent Lolita. The crazy thing is that her different characters look so dissimilar you really can’t even tell it’s the same person. I love how she has fun with… More »
MoonBabies, I wanna introduce you to a very special creature who I can’t believe is human – a Japanese shironuri artist, Minori. “Shironuri” (白塗り) literally means “painted in white” and this little girl (or is she?) is one of the most notable self-transformers on the streets of Tokyo. Minori cites European vintage fashion and nature… More »
HOLY COW! I am BLOWN away by this video…
I just came across this not even 30 minutes
I’m kinda going crazy over Grimes new Japanese inspired look at Chanel! I may have to take some inspiration from this for some of my own Fashion Week outfits! LOVE OR LOATHE?
I can’t believe you’re human – Valeria Lukyanova I am so fascinated by Ukrainian living doll, Valeria Lukyanova, who uses plastic surgery and cosmetics to literally become Barbie. Valeria has big, glassy eyes, long blonde hair, an ample bosom and a tiny carved waist. She describes herself as the most famous Russian woman on the… More »
Soo Joo Caterina Gatta Fall 2012
This half day just spent has been simply amazing. I had lunch at Japanese restaurant with my parents and then I went at the mall for a bit of shopping since yesterday sales just started. Check out my gallery and see what we ate and we bought! 😉
Ganguro literally means “black face,” in Japanese and has been a trend in Japanese street fashion for over 20 years now, peaking around the millennium. The staples of this look are extremely tanned skin, bleached or silver hair and heavy white make up. Some believe that it was inspired by 90’s American pop star/bimbo look… More »
I’ve been seeing Kawaii nails everywhere, and only recently fell in love with them. See for yourself, here are some of my favorites!
If you’re interested in purchasing some, please
Japanese wood sculptor Haroshi created amazing wooden sculptures out of old, broken skateboard decks. He creates multicolored sculptures that end up looking like wooden mosaics. All the pieces are coated with high gloss that gives it this really great look. Haroshi also has a long-term passion for skateboarding, so he puts a broken metal skateboard… More »