Just announced! HARAJUKU! HALLOWEEN BALL, London. Sunday 4th Nov - Feat. Karaoke Zone, Multiplayer Gaming Zone, Live Music, DJs, Outdoor Area and a big dress up theme at Proud, Camden! FREE ENTRY! RSVP http://www.facebook.com/events/107463826076122
Harajuku! Halloween Ball
Sunday 4th November. Doors 7pm
If you love Cosplay and you love Japan, then you’ve come to the right place! The Harajuku! Halloween Ball returns to Proud, Camden for a Halloween extravaganza that you don’t want to miss!
Join in for a celebration of all things Japanese! Expect a big Halloween Fancy Dress theme, bright bold colours, Geishas, Lolita’s, Ghosts, Ghouls, Witches, Wizards and a big Cosplay party!
Featuring Karaoke Zone, Multiplayer Gaming Zone, Live Bands in the Lolita Lounge, DJs, Manga screenings and acoustic performances on the outside terrace, expect Balloons, Origami, J-Pop and Indie in what can only be described as 100% Harajuku!!
There are prizes for the best dressed Cosplayer, provided by Gwen Stefani’s Harajuku! label.
It’s time to throw on your Harajuku! Halloween wares and escape to Japan!
THE STORY SO FAR.....
The first ever harajuku! was born in 2009 out of a love of Japan. A place in time, captured from the streets of Harajuku.
Sunlight swept across the city that afternoon. The streets were decorated with flamboyant characters and powerful imagery. characters who were happy and curious, daring and confident. Coloured hair and painted faces, anime, lolita and cybergoth. Some cute, some bold, tailored and precise, these high fashion icons lit the streets and the air was empowered by freedom, self-expression and celebration... and so was born a new chapter in the tale.
Back in London there was panic. The city was phased with concrete and gloom. Smoke bellowed from the chimneys whilst crowds of office works gathered outside the internet cafes in the rain. Cogs turning in the machine, their sorrowful faces were the same that stare upward from their newspapers on the tube. The sand in the hour glass was running low, it was time to begin. To escape. It was time to return to Harajuku!
Dress Up Harajuku! Style