Japan is known for trendsetting fashionistas, Harijuku girls, Lolita looks, and avant-garde designs.
The Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology's "Japan Fashion Now" exhibit, which opened on Friday and runs through January 8, brings the radical style of contemporary Japanese fashion to life. From designer fashion to streetwear, the exhibit explores a range of men's and women's looks that will make you feel like you're walking the streets of Tokyo.
The free exhibit will give visitors a glimpse of pop culture, sub-culture and the Japanese creative visual aesthetic that's captured the world over.
*Photograph by Shoichi Aoki/FRUiTS magazine.