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  • Japan Teen Fashion Slideshow

    The Tokyo Girl's Collection is a fun show with a circus-like atmosphere that considers itself the anti-fashion show.
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  • Japan Teen Fashion Slideshow

    Unlike New York and Paris fashion shows, where big name brands unveil high-priced looks on the runway months before they reach retailers, outfits featured at Tokyo Girl's Collection can be purchased immediately, for an affordable price.
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  • Japan Teen Fashion Slideshow

    Now in its sixth year, the Tokyo Girl's Collection has established itself as the epicenter of Japan's "kawaii," or cute culture.
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  • Japan Teen Fashion Slideshow

    Girls crowded booths featuring everything from makeup to a foot massage. In between, the TGC stage featured a mini ballet performance, and an appearance by Cirque de Soleil.
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  • Japan Teen Fashion Slideshow

    H & M set up a photo studio, so people could try on their latest looks, while getting a free photo taken on a set similar to the one featured in the brand's catalog.
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  • Japan Teen Fashion Slideshow

    American designer Jill Stuart has become an annual participant, not only showing her collection but setting up a makeup booth, allowing girls to test out the products, and walk away with free samples.
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  • Japan Teen Fashion Slideshow

    The event also gives the fashionistas an opportunity to get a taste of modeling. Hair care companies set up mini-salons, where attendees can get their hair done, with the latest products.
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  • Japan Teen Fashion Slideshow

    At the Tokyo Girl's Collection the focus is on accessibility and tech-savvy shopping, not just cutting edge fashion.
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  • Japan Teen Fashion Slideshow

    The event also gives the fashionistas an opportunity to get a taste of modeling.
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