Goro Takahashi

Goro Takahashi was a highly influential leather and silver craftsman from Japan, who opened up Goro’s. Takahashi is credited for bringing Native American jewelry trends to the Japanese accessory world and quickly grew to a widely known icon, especially during the Harajuku boom. He passed away in 2013, leaving the fate of his business and craft to his children. He has also collaborated with with the brand visvim too.

Goro's: The Tokyo Store With Jewelry You'll Want but Probably Can't Buy
Fashion 

Goro's: The Tokyo Store With Jewelry You'll Want but Probably Can't Buy

A look at why the brand has drawn lines of customers for over 35 years with help from Marcus Troy and Ian Anton.

Paying Homage to Japanese Designer Goro Takahashi of goro's
Fashion

Paying Homage to Japanese Designer Goro Takahashi of goro's

The Japanese fashion scene mourns the loss of Goro Takahashi, the legendary leather and silver

 
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