JFW in Tokyo aims to strengthen Tokyo's functions as a hub for fashion business from the following perspectives:Will build a framework that will give young designers with an interest in the Asian market an opportunity to try their hand in Tokyo & continue to improve operations to present fruitful meet-ups between designers, manufacturers, and the apparel and retail industry.We pursue broadened business opportunities not only for fashion, but also for designs around life such as interior design. Tokyo will become a more exciting place to live and work.Will for sure prove to be a Gateway to success for Young Designers .
TOKYO COLLECTION WEEK
Venue: Tokyo Midtown Hall A, roomsLINK Halls 1 & 2, misc. venues
Contents: Fashion Shows; Footages
Coverage Seasons: 2011 Spring/Summer
Participate brands: 42
Date: 10/19 (Tue) 10/21 (Thu)
Venue: Yoyogi National Stadium 1st Gymnasium
Coverage seasons: 2011 Spring/Summer
participate brands: 9
To keep you up to date on the various happenings surrounding Tokyo Fashion Week, Many writers and photographers will be reporting from venues all over the city. Some photographers will be shooting runway shows, and others will be trying to get street fashion shots outside of the venues. We’ll try to keep this page updated as a cheat sheet for all of our Fashion Week related articles. So, please back often during this fun yet hectic week in Tokyo! The 11th S/S Spring Summer Edition of Tokyo Fashion Week – officially called “Japan Fashion Week in Tokyo” (or “JFW” for short) – is officially under way for the next Season (starting Oct 15 - Oct 24th '2010) after it's successful A/W Autumn Winter March' 2010 Edition). Tokyo Fashion Week may not yet have the prestige of Paris Fashion Week or New York Fashion Week, but there are many interesting shows and events going on around the city. For those seriously interested in Japanese fashion – especially young and up-and-coming designers – this is one of the most exciting times of the year in Tokyo.