Right, okay. There isn’t too much I need to say about Galaxxxy that you can’t glean from the image below: it’s bright, it’s loud, and it’s a whole lot of fun. Exemplifying the kind of Harajuku-ish Japanese fashion that we all love, with it’s amazing neon nineties vibe that can’t help but grab your attention.
Most of these images come from the collaboration shots between Galaxxxy and Neuzzz, but I also have to mention the Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt Galaxxxy tie-in too – I’m pretty sure the hair was by previously featured all-round fantastic guy Shinji Konishi, what do you reckon?
Anyway, on with the show!
Read on for… more! And pompoms.
Yes please, I would like a zebra suit. I know someone who makes animal costumes for a living (ah, a liberal town!), I think a zebra should be next.
It’s just so… Jeremy Scott/House of Holland/other cool brands. But still very Japanese.
I’m really intrigued by the faux-leopard print – I can see mushrooms? Regardless, fantastic acidic colour combination!
Very tempted to photoshop Rebecca & Samuel heads on to this photo.
Now that’s one backpack I wouldn’t mind wearing! There’s quite a chaotic feel to many of these coordinates, but maybe it’s the chaos that brings it together.
Pastel space monster! I love the almost fairy-kei softer colours here; still an impact outfit though!
This is what we will be wearing when we live on the moon.
I must admit that I scoffed rather loudly when I saw the House of Holland pompom earrings (okay, it was mainly the price that I was laughing at) but perhaps I’m just behind the changing pompom fashion tide?
After all the retro girly collections, it’s great to see something that’s just unique pure unadulterated fun!
I’m a huge fan of oversize t-shirts, and I may have to splash out on this one!
Posting this in particular because by the time you’ll be reading this I should have said goodbye to my lilac hair…
I love the cartoon skeleton elements – actually, let’s face it: the whole of Galaxxxy is like a crazy wonderful kids cartoon that you find yourself watching at 2am and then can’t remember if it was just a curry-induced dream the next morning.
Well, I can’t think of a better way to celebrate the year of the rabbit, can you?