Born in Japan and raised in New York from the age of 16 onward, musician, editor, and stylist Nina Utashiro is a genuinely global creative, and her feed reflects that. Whether she’s sharing music under the name Thirteen13, or the latest spreads from her magazine Petrichor, each update is fascinating and outside the box.
There is no one quite like the designer, Dice-K. On Instagram, he moves between explorations of extraterrestrial glam, performance art, elf ears, angel wings, vampirism, and anything else you can think up. His brand, GlamHate, channels all those ideas into sexed-up streetwear with a gothic edge.
Disability activist Keita Tokunaga is one of the most stylish regulars at the Tokyo collections and his Instagram account, Wheelchair Fashion reflects that. By using social media to counter stereotypes, he’s helping to make fashion a more inclusive space.
Harajuku legend Junnyan only wants to make you smile. With his rainbow hair, upbeat attitude, and Lisa Frank–worthy fashions, he is sure to do just that. If you need a mood boost, scroll through his feed of technicolor updates featuring his equally colorful friends.
Harajuku Fashion Walk
The brainchild of Junnyan, Harajuku Fashion Walk compiles the best in street style from the famed district. More than a street style account, it’s also an annual event that brings out hundreds of people each year to share in the fun of all things kawaii.