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How To Pronounce Fashion Brand Names in Japan

In our new video, Misaki hits the streets of Harajuku to ask people how popular fashion brand names are pronounced in Japan.

Because of the way the Japanese language works, even foreign fashion brands are pronounced differently by native Japanese speakers. If you’re curious about the proper Japanese way to pronounce brands like Comme Des Garcons, Supreme, 6%DOKIDOKI, Forever 21, Chanel, and more, check out this video!

You might recognize the host of the video, Misaki, from our Harajuku street snaps from a few years ago. Now she has her own Japanese fashion brand/shop called Hoshiglam.

Brand We Love: KENZO

Go eclectic chic in the playful Japanese-Parisian cult clothing line

If we had to choose one brand that we’re crushing hard on right now, it’d be KENZO. Known for their vivid prints and textures, design-duo who founded Opening Ceremony, Humberto Leon and Carol Lim create fun and colorful pieces that make an edgy-chic statement. From their artistic campaigns to their blogger favorite items, such as the evil eye and tiger logo sweatshirts, the Paris-brand continues to grow amongst the fashion world, being one of the most popular brands spotted at on the fashion week streets. Check out KENZO’s cool aesthetic below, and shop our favorite pieces from their newest collection. Trust us, it’s worth the investment. 

Street style star Xiao Wen Ju wearing Kenzo atParis Fashion Week Spring 2015.

KENZO ‘Eye’ sweatshirt

Embroidered tiger dress

KENZO logo print T-shirt

Viscose Jacquard Squares Top

Neon Plaid Cotton Twill Pants

Monster Quilted Jacquard Sweater

Jessica Alba in a Kenzo sweatshirt, 2014. 

KENZO Shirts

Mountains Double Twill Skirt

Full Needle Turtleneck

KENZO ‘Paris’ sweatshirt

KENZO ‘Kenzo Paris’ espadrilles

KENZO ‘Tiger’ sweatshirt

Kenzo jacket at Milan Fashion Week Spring 2015.

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A new addition to add to your boycott list: Regal Rose. This company literally has no information about them, other than the fact that it’s owned by 2 girls in the UK, like 3 celebrities have worn them, and that they sell jewelry for the “fashionista among you.” Because we definitely need to appropriate cultures to be fashionable apparently.

These images are a part of their lookbook, which is full of appropriation.

Y’all know the drill. Boycott this company.

- mod n

The only boys I need in my life:

- Michael (Kors)
- Christian (Dior)
- Louis (Vuitton)
- Yves (Saint-Lauren)
- Tommy (Hilfiger)
- Giorgio (Armani)
- Louis-François (Cartier)
- Christian (Louboutin)

Top 10 Fashion Brands to Follow on Google+

We know you must be wondering…who uses G+ anyway? But we’ve done some digging around and found that there are some really awesome fashion designers and brands actively using G+ to share their stories.

If you have a Gmail account, you’ll automatically be logged in to start following pages in your circles. From exclusive G+ offers to never-before-seen content on their pages, these fashion brands are worth the +1.

Here’s a link to Wantering’s Shared Circle on Google Plus, which includes over 20 of the top fashion brands. Quickly add them all to your newsfeed by clicking the “add people” button. (Click to Tweet this Circle)

Drumroll please!

10) Modcloth’s How-to videos and real girl photos have created a lot of buzz for this brand. Hitting their audience of women looking for great prices on trendy items, Modcloth has a relatable story to share.

9) Levi’s gets props for somewhat of a brand revival. We like their tips on how to break in your jeans, along with great product shots the most.

8) Christian Dior is one of few luxury designers to have an active presence on G+. The page gives you backdoor access into the brand’s products and also news about who’s wearing Dior (ahem, Jennifer Lawrence).

7) Diane von Furstenberg (DVF) is perhaps the Queen of Google Fashion, kicking off the first Google Hangout #shopthehangout in partnership with the CFDA (Council of Fashion Designers of America). What else do you expect from the designer who utilized Google Glass on her runway in 2012?

6) Topman gets a shout out for creating a Google Plus VIP program that includes exclusive insider benefits. Follow for updates on new items, promos, and cat GIFS.

5) Warby Parker exploded in 2013 with numerous collaborations with artists like Beck and non-profit organizations like RxArt. Who doesn’t have a pair of Warby glasses?

4) Rebecca Minkoff is one of the fashion brands who has participated in a Google Hangout in 2013. Their photos and videos make us feel like we’re backstage at her fashion show and we really like that.

3) ASOS is kind of taking over the fashion world one GIF at a time. Fun and playful just like their brand identity, the ASOS G+ page is an online store you just need to know.

2) H&M is one of the largest global retailers in the fast-fashion world. With so many items, how do you showcase the best? They take a Polyvore-style approach and create themed boards that get high engagement from their fans.

1) Burberry is killing it when it comes to digital innovation. Beautiful images that are completely on-brand help transport you into the Burberry world.

Find all of these brands’ Google Plus pages and more in our Top Fashion Brands Shared Circle. And come by and hang out on our Wantering G+ page.

wildeyedways  asked:

Are you all aware of the store called "G*psy Warrior?" It's these two girls claiming that they have a g*psy soul and warrior hearts or some bs like that. Unfortunately, I own some clothing of theirs with a patch that says "g*psy warrior"; mind you, this was before I was woke. Anyways, I just wanted to let you know in case you didn't. x

Well first off, this is on their ‘About’ page.

And these are the 2 bitches behind this gross brand. Ofc they’re white.

There’s just loads of shit on every page. I didn’t even bother going through a quarter of it because there’s so much appropriation.

This isn’t appropriation but it’s really just ???? White people really tryna summon demons and die in their sleep.

I have a headache going through that. Boycott this shit.

- mod n