Junsuke Yamasaki

Born in Tokyo in 82'. Trained classical ballet dancer since 86'. Self-acclaimed fashion freak and big spender on Dior Homme and Cosmic Wonder. He currently works as an editor for Dazed & Confused Japan. His aim is to start a PR service to introduce young designers' works into Japan with a twist of his undeterred love in fashion.

Music Q+A


The most stylish man in J-rap on why Asia takes it further

Arts+Culture Q+A

East Asia's new wave: day #3

Selected by Nicola Formichetti, our week-long series with east Asia's freshest talents continues with Norwegian Wood actress and model Kiko Mizuhara, Harper's Bazaar China's Lucia Liu, multi-creative Yoon, and Hypebeast's Kevin Ma

Arts+Culture Q+A

East Asia's new wave: day #2

Our week-long profile series of east Asia's young creatives, as selected by Nicola Formichetti, continues with tattooist Alfred Ng, Koleman Mad Hatter, Tokyo's Matcha and Mademoiselle Yulia

Fashion Q+A

East Asia's new wave: day #1

Our week-long series of interviews with east Asia's freshest minds, as selected by Nicola Formichetti, kicks off with journalist Emi Kameoka, designer Bajoowoo, creative fixer Stinger Wong and stylist Han Huo Huo

Fashion Incoming

In Process S/S 10

Japanese/London duo Hall Ohara have rebranded as In Process for S/S 10 and they have produced an animation video with artist Noriko Okaku.

Fashion Incoming

Tokyo Street Kids 30

The Street Fashion issue of Dazed Japan features 30 boys and girls from Tokyo who have shot their own self portraits for Dazed Digital.

Fashion Incoming

Hall Ohara A/W 09

Hall Ohara presents their Ready! Steady!! Go!!! collection as an animated video, with a message telling people to stop hiding behind computers.

Bernhard Willhelm
Fashion Incoming

In the Eye of the Designer

Dazed & Confused Japan commissioned 11 designers including Bernhard Willhelm, Jeremy Scott and Carrie Munden to style their own looks for the Special Styling Issue.

Fashion Incoming

Made in Tokyo

For the latest issue of Dazed Japan, a unique editorial was created with Japanese designers styling each with other's looks, shot and filmed by Pierre Debusschere.

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