Jeffrey Johnston

Jeffrey Johnston is a Japan based event photographer and publisher/writer and has been fortunate enough to travel and see the world. Been exposed to the limitless possibilities of photography over 12 years ago, he was able to see things differently. He currently shoots in the areas of people, fashion, event & news photography in Japan. He maintains a Facebook page with samples of his work. He can also be found at Shogunmaster.com about contract work or with questions or comments on his photography.

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Rakuten Fashion Week Tokyo 2021 SS – Overview

This season's fashion was a bit more reserved, streamlined and functional than in previous years with masks making a common style, and the runway felt subdued as if this is all that 2020 has left to offer...

HARE – Rakuten Fashion Week Tokyo 2021 SS

Japanese brand Hare has recently shown its 2021 Spring/Summer Men’s and Women’s collection at the Tokyo Ebisu Garden Hall. The main theme of this season is a traditional Japanese view of the world, as they say on their own website,...

Tokyo’s Fashion Week Kicks Things Off (with limitations)

Fashion week 2.0 Rakuten Fashion Week Tokyo (RFWT) is scheduled to start tomorrow and will see over 40 brands take part in shows from Oct. 12 through 17. As it stands, there is a roughly 50-50 split between...

Tokyo Fashion Week Online

One of the most apparent signs of the coronavirus pandemic’s impact on fashion has been the cancelation of Rakuten Fashion Week Tokyo. The event, which serves as Japan’s biggest style showcase, was nixed amid growing concerns over...

Rakuten Fashion Week Tokyo 2020 AW

TOKYO FASHION WEEK CANCELED DUE TO CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK Following news that Tokyo Fashion Week, officially referred to as Rakuten Fashion Week Tokyo, Autumn/Winter 2020  season would be canceled amid fears surrounding coronavirus, it has been announced that shows...

Amazon Fashion Week Tokyo 2019 S/S

Look at the 2019 Spring/Summer designs hitting the runways From asymmetric shirts to manga-inspired giant hoop pockets, the second edition of this year's Tokyo Fashion Week surely showed us some unique looks. Twice a year, various venues across...
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