First Day of Verdy Harajuku Day Festival Has Been Cancelled As Typhoon Hagibis Nears (UPDATE)

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UPDATE (October 11, 2019): As Typhoon Hagibis approaches Japan, Verdy and his team has decided to cancel all events planned for October 12 of Verdy Harajuku Day due to safety concerns. Plans for the October 13 and 14 are still scheduled but may change based on weather conditions and predictions.

Stay tuned for more information.

 

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2019年10月12日(土)、10月13日(日)、10月14日(月)に開催を予定していた「VERDY HARAJUKUDAY」ですが 台風19号の接近に伴いお客様の安全を考慮して10月12日の開催を中止とさせていただきます。 10月13日(日)、10月14日(月)の開催につきましては状況を見てアナウンスします。 楽しみにしていただいていたお客様には多大な迷惑をおかけして申し訳ありません。 ご理解のほどよろしくお願いします。? ☔️ Due to safety concerns stemming from Typhoon Hagibis, we have decided to cancel all events on Saturday October 12th for Verdy Harajuku Day. We will make a decision on the remaining dates October 13th and 14th based on weather conditions and predictions. We apologize for this inconvenience, and appreciate your understanding. Please stay tuned for further announcements. Thank You.

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ORIGINAL STORY (September 25, 2019): Following a sold-out Fall 2019 Girls Don’t Cry release, Verdy recently announced the Verdy Harajuku Day festival taking place next month.

Continuing his streetwear domination, the Japanese creative has brought together a whose who of culture from Japan and the United States for the unprecedented event. Notable collaborations included in the long list include exclusive with Takashi Murakami, Nike SB, Awake NY, HUMAN MADE and Beats By Dre. Although not much more has been revealed about the festival, it is rumored that the East and West streetwear gathering will take over a major portion of Tokyo’s bustling Harajuku district in Shibuya, Tokyo.

Check out the long list of exclusive collaborations below and stay tuned for more details and special guest set to appear at the Verdy Harajuku Day festival taking place October 12-14.

In case you missed it, Blondey McCoy recently teased Thames reintroduction as a skate brand.

 

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