FIRST OFF I WANT TO THANK EVERYONE THAT CAME OUT TO MY PARTY. MAJORITY OF IT IS A BLUR BUT IM THANKFUL FOR EVERYONE WHO MADE IT AND SHOWED ME LOVE. YOU COULDA BEEN ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD ON THURSDAY BUT YOU SPENT IT WITH ME. CLICK LINK BELOW TO VIEW THE REST OF THE PICS FROM MY PARTY.
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The concept behind Harajuku Fashion Walk is to promote freedom in fashion, encourage people to have fun in Harajuku, and to build friendships. Fashion Walk members support each other in wearing whatever makes each of them happy. The walk, which takes place on a Sunday usually every other month, starts at Harajuku Station and makes its way past the famous LaForet Harajuku, down Cat Street and Omotesando Dori, and passes many well-known Harajuku sights including the 6%DOKIDOKI shop and Design Festa Gallery. After the walk, Harajuku Fashion Walk participants gather at a space in Harajuku for a party and sweets. I can’t wait till i make it to Japan to participate in the Harajuku Fashion Walk in the near future!