Eclectic, colourful, playful, fashion-forward, and quirky with a capital Q - Shibuya womenswear boutique Harcoza is everything we love about Japanese style under one, sensory-exploding roof.
Before you even get to the fashion, you’ll have to first absorb the space which, with its wildly contrasting vibrant wallpaper, towering perspex furniture, concept lighting and heavy velvet curtains cordoning off the disco-balled, pedestal fitting rooms, may sound a tad garish but in fact works perfectly and offers just the right measure of kitsch and kook.
On the racks, kawaii-hunting stylistas can expect to find cult local labels like Flake by Hideki Yoshioku, with its bold, structured silhouettes, neon colour palette and statement embellishments such as enamel faux business shirt cuffs with diamante studs.
Also look out for animal print scarves and flouncy knits by Bedsidedrama, Starstyling technicolour leggings and of course the namesake Harcoza brand full of fluff, plastic and ruffle-covered psychedelic ladies’ fashion. Accessorise with sugary-sweet Chaco baubles, woven leather hairclips and earrings by Siri Siri, Penta’s crochet bangles and Bauzu printed iPhone cases, and don’t forget the Hanamugari stationery and Tokyomilk bath products for home. Shining a little Shibuya cute-chic into your life just got a whole lot easier!