Selected by2014-15 A/W

Shogo Yanagi
FAKE TOKYO Chief Director

Selected Style

Recommended Items

  • 99%IS-

    The jacket has a distinguishing design of having a very short length.

  • 99%IS-

    This item shines to the fullest as a proposal with a 99% IS- feeling, using leather materials with a down jacket base, and incorporating this into a rider style. The luxurious jet black color along with the cold-weather resistance is really cool.

  • Bodysong.

    I think the design approach to the collaboration T-shirt with artist kou that is “barely safe? Or barely out?” is great. The point that the approach unique to a fashion brand originating street fashion will make you feel some sort of antithesis is good.

    The point that a sense of fun and a message in which a street and rebellious spirit are felt somewhere in the items are proposed through the brand and items is an important point as a fashion brand. I want to support the brand through such a stance.

Curator's Profile

Shogo Yanagi
FAKE TOKYO Chief Director

As the chief director of TAKE TOKYO, various activities such as buying focused on the PR of FAKE TOKYO & FAKE SHOWROOM and CANDY management. As a music artist visual producer at the FAKE SHOWROOM, clothing outfits and artwork direction are also conducted.

Recommended Shop

  • FAKE TOKYO [ CANDY / Sister] (Shibuya)

    As a shop that not only transmits brands, but also a fashion style, this shop that even carries hot new designers and collection brands is one of the spots to feel Tokyo fashion. With creators and celebrities visiting the shop quite frequently, I feel that you are able to have unexpected meetings and connections made through communication using fashion as a tool at this shop.


    A shop focusing on new and fresh Japanese ladies brands. Although it’s a small shop, as its main focus is on young Japanese designers, I recommend it for times you want to check out new Japanese designer products.


    A vintage shop with a middle-aged European taste, this shop can be the source of incentive as a shop presenting fashion with the enormously high quality of the atmosphere within the shop. Shop owners can be stimulated by visiting this shop, and I believe fashion editors can make discoveries of Tokyo fashion from the perspective of culture.
    As a neighborhood shop in Shibuya, I like to introduce this shop as a place for foreign designers and creators to definitely visit when coming to Japan. (Suzy also really enjoyed the shop when I introduced it to her previously.)

  • FAKE FURNITURE BY FAKE TOKYO (4-26-5 meguro Meguro-ku, Tokyo, Japan)

    A shop newly opened at the end of September proposed by FAKE TOKYO as a new lifestyle proposal shop. Shopping for interior and miscellaneous goods, plants, and more, with a sense of fashion with a FAKE TOKYO-ish, edgy perspective is proposed.

  • Robot restaurant (Kabukicho, Shinjuku)

    Located in the Kabuki-cho district in Shinjuku, this entertainment restaurant features dancing and rampaging robots, as well as an interior that is said to have cost a total of 10 billion yen. Although the food is quite awful,,,, people from abroad are usually quite happy being introduced to this restaurant. This kind of far out place is unmatched in the rest of Tokyo.

  • ATA

    Restricted to 18 years and above, this seafood-based bistro has a stylish at-home atmosphere, and the cooking is delicious. Located between Shibuya and Daikanyama, access is easy when coming from the Tokyo Collection main venue. This shop has an atmosphere that allows men and women alike to enjoy food without hesitation, as well as casually enjoy and have fun eating the menu made from fresh seafood and delicious wines. Highly recommended for those who don’t enjoy meat dishes!

  • yakumosaryo ( 3-4−7 yakumo, Meguro-ku, Tokyo, Japan)

    Located in the Yakumo residential area of Meguro, this house was renovated into a culinary restaurant. The truth is... I still haven't been able to go. However, it is a place I wish to try. It seems like a place where traditional Japanese cuisine can be enjoyed, with a garden surrounded by greenery, in a contemporary style. Personally, this is a place I am very curious about, and it can also be used for hosting visitors from abroad.

  • SHAG (Festae Omotesando Building 2F, 3-18-19, Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan)

    Japan's first club with fashion and fetish themes. As a club newly opened in September, it gives off a sense that its highly fashionable approach will become a new attraction.

  • TRUMPROOM (Shibuya)

    I often receive requests from foreign visitors on clubs to go to when visiting Tokyo. With anything from underground parties and luxurious brand parties to secret parties for famous artists visiting Japan occasionally hosted, this is one place that is indispensable to Tokyo’s night fashion scene. The famous owner is also a must see.

  • Former Tokyo Denki University

    An art space with no homepage that occasionally shows up in information about events being hosted. Utilizing the space of an old school building site, this art space is mysterious thanks to the school-like feeling. It can be hit or miss because the contents change depending on the event, but you can experience a different feeling from that of a traditional museum or gallery.
    Aside from directing CANDY and FAKE SHOWROOM, he also works on the visual production of artists.


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