TFR is over. But check out TFR's owner new project for this year
Willa 2010

WILLA is the new thematic party run by Gallermic, the creator of TFR and Narziß, two regular events that grew into an unparalleled mediatic tour de force inside of the world of fashion and art, due to an exuberant visual and intellectual attack against mainstream culture in the Japanese society and in the globalized world. Taking into account this background, Willa is the ultimate sophisticated scenario to present Gallermic’s authentic reflections about life, the world, the human being, the good and the evil, the culture, the art scene, and most of all an excuse to show Galle’s exuberant ability to love. The objective of the party is to generate love and communication through a universal symbolism that reaches everybody’s heart. As Galle declares: “Willa is a party for the good flowers”.

日本語\\\\WILLA は、ファッションとアートの世界に偉大な功績を残した二つのパーティー、TFRとNarzißの創設者、Gallermicによる新しいパーティーである。日本社会とグローバライズ化された世界の主流のカルチャーに対する、圧倒的な視覚体験と知性による反撃を意図して開催されて来た。こうした背景を鑑み、WILLAは、Gallermicにとっての日常、世界、人類、善と悪、カルチャー、アートシーン、そしてとりわけGalleの愛についての表象を、究極に洗練された物語として送り届ける。このパーティーの目的は、すべての人々の心に届く普遍的な象徴を通して、愛とコミュニケーションを慈しみ、育むことにある。Galleの言葉を借りれば、「WILLAは善き花々へのパーティーである」。

Ciao For Now. And Deep Throat To You All!
↓↓↓Narziß Final 12/12↓↓↓
12/12 Next Narziß is The Last Narziß 12/12
↓↓↓Ciao For Now. And Deep Throat To You All!↓↓↓

~> Dec 12 (fri) 10P Narziß Celebrating *Ciao For Now. And Deep Throat to You All!* at Trump Room, Shibuya.

Next Narziß is the last Narziß, our last party: an erotic fantastic farewell. We are saying bye-bye after 21 parties: it's like the magical 7 x 3, the number of the perfection by excellence and of the individuality according to the numerology. For us is inhuman and perfect: like a triangle. For how extraordinary have We been all this time, after all... It’s arousing: Ciao for now. And deep throat to you all!

P.s. We don't want to be uncouth (but we want to be called uncouth), BUT this is the last party, the last photos, and the last chance to represent your groovy self... and there is NO turning back!

↓↓↓Narziß 11.29↓↓↓

A socialite preview from last Narziß celebrating "Dame With Eggs". Among the guests were French writer Isabelle Nobouta, Yoshiko Kris-Webb and Martin Webb, performer Lauren Levitt as Cotton Bale, Trippple Nippples' Qrea, photographer Zoren Gold (MiZo), Dolomites' Stefanko Balkano, musician Allon Beausoleil, Niche's Jesus Salinas. Music selected by Qrea, allon, Stefanko and TFR. All the photos soon on
↓↓↓Narziß 11.21↓↓↓

A socialite preview from last Narziß celebrating "Netochka Nezvanova And The Master Of None". Among the guests were writer Ryosuke Handa, legendary drag queen Vivienne Sato, Swedish designer Patrik Soderstam, Trippple Nippples' Qrea, New York's performer Kyoko, Uburoi's designer Mitsue Iwata, Gallery Naruyama's Jason, Niche's Jesus Salinas, Gimme Um's Pierre and NarziB's image Sono. Music selected by Mc Carrabeener, Jesus and TFR. All the photos soon on
↓↓↓Narziß 11.8↓↓↓

A socialite preview from last Narziß celebrating "The Innuendo Of La Maja Desnuda" and the host Gallermic's birthday. Among the guests were Martin Webb & Yohiko Kris-Webb, musician Allon Beausoleil, legendary drag queen Vivienne Sato, photographer duo Minori & Zoren (MiZo), Trippple Nippples' Qrea, New York's performer Kyoko, M-Flo's singer Verbal, Chanel Japan's Nicolas Lefeuvre, Uburoi's designer Mitsue Iwata, curators Kiku Kudo & Ishiguro, Gallery Naruyama's Jason, French writer Isabelle Nobouta, Gimme Um's Pierre, Dazed&Confused's Sakiko, Vogue Hommes' Emi, Sister's Fuyuri, Rereremojojo, Shima's Sachiko and NarziB's image Sono. Music selected by Mademoiselle Yulia, Zoren, Cooldisco'1drink' and TFR. All the photos soon on
More details and the complete party report on (Or scroll down...)

Interview in Enlgish:
DAZED: Could you tell me about the party that you are organizing right now? (The name of the party / When did you start having it? / How often are you having it? Etc… Give me the details!)
TFR: The name of the party is NarziB. Basically, NarziB is held every other week at Tokyo's most stylish spaces. We started the party from March 8th 2008.

DAZED: After establishing the party "TFR", you started having another party called "NarziB", what are the conceptual differences between those two? Also, what are the unite concepts?
TFR: TFR is a web magazine critiquing fashion, art and club culture in Tokyo. What differentiates TFR from other media is that we clarify our position and criteria on the issues we cover. The party we organized under the name of TFR was supposed to be the manifestation of our opinion. Therefore, we attempted to represent it through our fashion, the title of each party, flyer and everything. Basically, the concept of TFR parties were rather political and aggressive (ex. anti-globalization). We believe that TFR is something like a visual guerrilla trying to attack the mainstream culture. On the other hand, NarziB is a side project of TFR. Compared with TFR, NarziB doesn't necessarily intend to represent an opinion. It is merely for fun and networking. To us, there seemed like in Tokyo the so-called "community" is virtually non-existent. We want NarziB to be a cultural community for beautiful and individual people. We don't play loud music in NarziB. We want our guests to talk and know each other. NarziB is not fashion-oriented. A wide variety of people with different background are welcomed. As a matter of fact, our guests range from cultural figures like a film actor and an art curator to bohemian homeless. At the same time, NarziB is devoted to beauty. We have dress code for each party and the poor-dressed will not be admitted.

DAZED: Who writes the manifest for the parties?
TFR: Gallermic Mabuse

DAZED: How do you select DJs? Do you have a guideline for it?
TFR: We think there is a ridiculous overvaluation of the DJ nowadays. Specially in Tokyo, the Dj culture has reach the limit of idolatry, to become a Dj is the last burst of the ambition of the club kids. But why? It is like for Japanese there wouldnt be other way to be a star. And we consider that Dj ambition a misery of personality, lack of talent, and the worst tragedy of the parties along with Rave. Therefore, We are not music oriented. We want our visitors to get excited by interaction with beautiful people, to create community, icons and gossips. We rather select our guest Dj's by their cultural background and their beauty, and we called them the oldfashioned way: "selectors". Sometimes we dont even know who is gonna dj next party, we just improvised. Nevertheless, our music selection is rich. A wide range of classical, jazz, gypsy, global grooves, house, auld lang syne and cinephiliac music.

DAZED:What was the start of taking party snaps?
TFR: Just recording our memories.

DAZED: What/which kind of moment would you like to capture when you take photos?
TFR: Whenever as long as the subject is beautiful.

DAZED: What do you think about Tokyo party scene? How do you like to be placed in?
TFR: We don't really know what kind of parties are going on in Tokyo. We don't want to take ourselves within the context of Tokyo or anywhere on the earth. We prefer being regarded as a metaphysical concept without being restricted by biased idea, the name of a city or a country would possibly give.

DAZED: Could you tell me about the fashion style of the TFR guests? Do you have a special dress code?
TFR: Dress code = Individuality. Nothing is more important.

DAZED: Tell me about the concept of the exhibition you had this year, "POST NO FUTURE" at hiromiyoshii gallery.
TFR: Fashion is hentai. We can not help the association between something as superficial and hedonistic as fashion and the mere sexual pleasure full stop. Therefore, for us, a fashion personae who is not a hentai, it is an impostor, a traitor, an alienated puritan in disguise following trends who might just finish his days without a notion of personal style nor fashion itself. Fashion can be zoophiliac, necrophiliac, paediophiliac, dendrophiliac...all the paraphilias. And this can sound as obscene as fascinating, but most of all we are just trying to give an idea of the precariety of fashion these days. We spread fashion in all senses, and are here only to encourage creativity in personal hentalism.

DAZED: Do you have any plans to start up a new project?
TFR: Travel report by TFR's half Naokoula who is in a world round trip right now. And UBUROI, a fashion label for people who likes concepts like NarziB.

Thanks Dazed&Confused

↓↓↓TFR On The World-Round Trip↓↓↓
TFR's half Naokoula is in the middle of the world-round trip. She started writing about her experience on TFR...

english\\\\What is recorded here is not necessarily our experience. It can be an absolute fiction all made up in our head, or as a matter of possibility, something we MIGHT have experienced, or perhaps something we DID experience but in some other place or time. We have two kinds of journeys at the same time: the outward and inward. Our outward journey is governed by the clock and the budget, but inward one ignores the boundaries of place and time. The journey is not linear.It is always back and forth. And it is what we want to record, leaving us free from the time and the physical distance. Here, we deny the calender. We deny the map... (To read more, scroll down)

japanese\\\\ここに書かれていることは、私たちが実際に体験した出来事かもしれないし、もしかしたらすべて私たちの頭の中だけで作り上げられた完全なフィクションかもしれない。もしくは、可能性の問題で、体験しなかったけれども、体験した「かも」しれない出来事、また、私たちが体験したことだけれど、どこか違う場所で違う時間に体験した出来事かもしれない。私たちは、同時に2種類の旅をしている。身体的な旅が1つ。もう一つは精神的な旅。そしてその旅は、直線じゃない。そういう形の旅は、いつも行ったり来たりを繰り返す。そんな時間軸や物理的な距離に捉われない旅を私たちは記録したいと思っている。私たちは、カレンダーを否定する。私たちは、地図を否定する... (To read more, scroll down)

español\\\\Lo que grabamos aqui no es necesariamente nuestra experiencia. Puede ser una ficcion absoluta completamente inventada en nuestra cabeza, o una cuestion de posibilidad, algo que PUDO habernos pasado, o tal vez algo que SI experimentamos pero en algun otro tiempo o espacio. Nosotros tenemos dos tipos de viaje al mismo tiempo: exterior e interior. Nuestro viaje exterior esta gobernado por el reloj y el presupuesto, pero el interior ignora los limites del tiempo y el lugar. El viaje no es lineal. Es siempre de ida y vuelta. Y es lo que queremos grabar, dejandonos libres del tiempo y de la distancia fisica. Aqi, nosotros negamos el calendario. Nosotros negamos el mapa... (To read more, scroll down)

↓↓↓TFR In V Magazine ↓↓↓
This is how New York's famous V Magazine presents TFR in V53 index ~> "Underworld: If there’s any way Tokyo club kids could get any crazier, send us picture evidence". To top it all off, TFR is featured along with Isablle Adjani, Hunter S. Thompson et Dennis Hopper..FEAR AND LOATHING!!! Now on sale in Tokyo at Tower Records, Aoyama Book Center et Tutaya Roopongi Hills.

Thanks V

english\\\\ Apart from the off-upon sadomasochistic clothing, what else has been done in order to represent the fetishism of human beings or, going beyond, the universe of sexual deviations? [CHECK OUT OUR EXHIBITION ABOUT PARAPHILIAS, CLIC IMAGE]


español\\\\ Además de la ultra mañoseada vestimenta sadomasoquista, ¿qué más se ha hecho en aras de representar el fetichismo de los seres humanos o, yendo más allá, el universo de las desviaciones sexuales? [CHEKEA NUESTRA EXHIBICION SOBRE PARAFILIAS, HAZ CLIC EN LA IMAGEN]


english\\\\JAPANESE DON'T USE THEIR FREEDOM. It's not that we believe that a perfect place exists on the Earth. But if there is something close to it, it is the subculture -the space where we can find that and those who we are looking for-, or specifically that type of independent, free, countercultural, philosophic and bold community. Lamentably, it is in this sense of subculture /community where we bump into the weakest and most demoralizing point of Japanese society. [TO READ THE WHOLE ARTICLE ABOUT THE JAPANESE SOCIOCULTURAL REALITY, CLIC IMAGE BELLOW]

español\\\\LOS JAPONESES NO USAN SU LIBERTAD. No es que creamos que exista un lugar perfecto sobre la Tierra. Pero si hay algo cercano a eso es la subcultura -el espacio donde podemos encontrar eso y a esos a quienes estamos buscando-, o específicamente aquel tipo de comunidad independiente, libre, contracultural, filosófica y atrevida. Lamentablemente, es en este sentido de subcultura/comunidad donde nos topamos con el punto más débil y desmoralizador de la sociedad japonesa. [PARA LEER TODO EL ARTICULO SOBRE LA REALIDAD SOCIOCULTURAL JAPONESA, HAZ CLIC EN LA IMAGEN]

↓↓↓TFR IN NYC↓↓↓
Feat. The NYC Personalities Of the Moment [clic image]
My Photo
Location: Tokyo, Japan

we are a space of FREEDOM, FRESHNESS and ESCAPISM. from this perspective, we are one of the very FEW ORIGINAL MEDIA -and definitely the one that has the MOST TENACIOUS and CRITICAL OPINION- related to the 'WORLD OF FASHION'. yes, world we belong to, but also world we find abhorrent because it's representing the most visible side of the pseudo-well-being [CONSUMERISM], that behind glamourous SMOKE SCREENS [generally starred by 'MODELS' and 'POP STARS'], and making use of the so-called 'TRENDS', spreads the most recalcitrant STEREOTYPES of CAPITALISM and its just-apparent GLOBALIZATION... at THEFASHIONRAMONE [a.k.a TFR] you will find, then, the best alternative in fashion design and counterculture!!!!!


Tuesday, April 22, 2008






It Yourself = 自分で作ること)に拠っていると僕らは考えているからだ。しかも、今や、もっと複雑で洗練され、スーリアルなフォルムが可能になっている。そして、それこそが、日本のファッショニスタたちが実行できていない自由革命なんじゃないだろうか。(なぜだろう。個性や内に秘めた衝動とかがないからだろうか?)



english\\\\JAPANESE DON'T USE THEIR FREEDOM. It's not that we believe that a perfect place exists on the Earth. But if there is something close to it, it is the subculture -the space where we can find that and those who we are looking for-, or specifically that type of independent, free, countercultural, philosophic and bold community. Lamentably, it is in this sense of subculture /community where we bump into the weakest and most demoralizing point of Japanese society.

In principle, we believe that subculture does not even exist in Japan. There are no considerable human groups that show anything really distinct, and therefore, there are no alternative interaction spaces, no intellectual dumps, no cultural orgies, nor consistent communities, with a philosophic basis.

Tokyo is the kind of city where you can feel super safe of doing whatever you feel like doing (like emulating the stupidity of Pokemon), and where everybody has a great economic potential to realize it, but JAPANESE DON'T USE THEIR FREEDOM. One symptom is the absolute lack of communities for crazies.

Inclusive in the world of art (that is supposed to be the space of the vicious, dreamers, perverts, neurotics, rebels), there is no community of fanatics to share affinities and produce something generational like for instance, a movement, or a fucking revolution or a historic classic-neronian-like orgy. Nobody knows anybody. The vernissages are appointments for relatives and intimate friends, rather than social parties where you end up making out with a starlet, like in other cities, unless it is about an artist already in the mainstream.

The world of fashion, which for being about people who likes showing off their superficiality and hedonism via clothes always serves as a calculator of liberty in any city, is lamentably the fucking community of passive consumers par excellence from Tokyo. The distincts groups like Gothic Lolitas, Ganguro, Gyaru, Kawaii and other homogeneous the only thing they do is repeating theirselves, and perhaps they dont even need to buy more clothes already. The properly called fashionistas, are just the same bullshit: or they are mere copy of the magazines, or they are fucking layers and layers of expensive clothes, that stuff their bodies but don't add exclusivity, because we definitely think that since Punk, the contemporary fashion exclusivity borders on DIY - but the actual forms are more sophisticated and surreals though. It is the evolution of the freedom of clothing that Japanese fashionistas can't carry out (maybe because they don't have character or internal shite?)

Compared to New York (city we went to a time ago, where people make exhibitionism of their liberty as we showed in our pornographic photos), the club scene in Tokyo is only splattered -not infected- by emotion. It is truth that it has grown and it's still growing overwhlemingly, but we are still 5 sexual perverts who continue being the ones who contribute madness, that that's what parties are made for. The rest repeats their mediocrity from the street.

We the ones who use our freedom and show them all our internal shit in this country, are isolated, eccentric, solitary cases. A microgroup of freaks where TFR seems to be wasting its time.

español\\\\LOS JAPONESES NO USAN SU LIBERTAD. No es que creamos que exista un lugar perfecto sobre la Tierra. Pero si hay algo cercano a eso es la subcultura -el espacio donde podemos encontrar eso y a esos a quienes estamos buscando-, o específicamente aquel tipo de comunidad independiente, libre, contracultural, filosófica y atrevida. Lamentablemente, es en este sentido de subcultura/comunidad donde nos topamos con el punto más débil y desmoralizador de la sociedad japonesa.

En principio, pensamos que en Japón la subcultura ni siquiera existe. No hay grupos humanos considerables que muestren nada verdaderamente distinto, y por lo tanto, no existen espacios de interacción alternativa, ni antros intelectuales, ni orgias culturales, ni comunidades consistentes, con base filosófica.

Tokio es la clase de ciudad donde puedes sentirte súper tranquilo de hacer lo que se te da la gana (como emular la estupidez de Pokemon), y donde la gente tiene un gran potencial económico para realizarlo, pero LOS JAPONESES NO USAN SU LIBERTAD. Un síntoma es la falta absoluta de comunidades para locos.

Inclusive en el mundo del arte (que supone ser el espacio de los viciosos, soñadores, pervertidos, neuróticos, rebeldes), no existe la comunidad de fanáticos para compartir afinidades y producir algo generacional como por ejemplo, un movimiento, o una puta revolución o un bacanal clásico-histórico tipo neroniano. Nadie conoce a nadie. Los vernissage son más bien citas para los familiares y amigos íntimos, no fiestas sociales donde uno termina acostándose con un(a) aprendiz de artista como en otros lados, a menos que se trate de un artista ya en el mainstream.

El mundo de la moda, que por tratarse de gente que gusta demostrar su superficialidad y hedonismo a traves de la ropa siempre sirve como medidor de libertad en cualquier ciudad, es lamentablemente la puñetera comunidad de los consumidores pasivos por antonomasia de Tokio. Los distintos grupos como Gothic Lolitas, Ganguro, Gyaru, Kawaii y demás homogéneos lo único que hacen es repetirse, y tal vez ya ni tengan que comprarse más ropa. Los fashionistas propiamente dicho, son igual de aburridos: o son mera copia de las revistas, o son fucking capas tras capas de ropa cara, que rellenan su cuerpo pero no añaden exclusividad, porque definitivamnte pensamos que desde el Punk, la exclusividad fashion contemporánea raya en el DIY, pero las formas de ahora son más sofisticadas y surreales. Es la evolución de la libertad en la vestimenta que los fashionistas japoneses no pueden afrontar (¿tal vez porque no tienen carácter ni mierda interior?).

A comparación de New York (ciudad a la que fuimos hace poco, donde la gente hace exhibicionismo de su libertad como mostramos en nuestras pornográficas fotos), la escena club en Tokio sólo está salpicada -no infectada- de emoción. Es cierto que ha crecido y que sigue creciendo abrumadoramente, pero siguen siendo no más de 5 pervertidos sexuales los que aportamos locura, que para eso se han hecho las fiestas. El resto repite su mediocridad de la calle.

Los que usamos nuestra libertad y mostramos a todos nuestra mierda interior en este país, somos casos aislados, excéntricos y solitarios. Un microgrupo de freaks en donde TFR parece estar malgastando su tiempo.


Narziß Celebrated The Misanthropic 101TOKYO 2008 After Party

english\\\\Narziß celebrated clandestinely, *and misanthropically*, the after party of 101TOKYO 2008, the city's brand new international contemporary art fair. We reminded everybody that "Hell Is Other People", Sartre´s famous quote that even physically accompanied us all night long. The majority -most of all the artists- though, took it too seriously, judging by the self-exile at the eremitic Indigo's VIP area. Among the audience were the photographer Lolo from Johannesburg, TFR's image Nakao, fashion maison G.V.G.V's designer Magu, Narziß's image Sono, and 101TOKYO's director Agatha Wara, who cordially granted us leave to use 101TOKYO as a tool for social demoralization.

日本語\\\\Narzißは、密かに、そして厭世的に、東京で今年からスタートした国際的なコンテンポラリー・アート・フェア101TOKYO 2008のアフター・パーティを祝った。僕たちは、サルトルの有名な言葉「地獄とは他人のことである ("Hell Is Other People")」を一晩中身に付け、地獄=他人であることをみんなに思い出させた。けれど、ゲストの大多数は(そのほとんどがアーティストだった)、その引用を真に受けすぎて、インディゴバーの隠れ家風VIPエリアに亡命してしまった。ゲストは、ヨハネスブルグの写真家ロロ、TFRのイメージNakao、ファッションメゾンG.V.G.V'のデザイナーMagu、NarzißのイメージSono、そして、僕たちが101TOKYOを社会混乱の手段として使うことを快諾してくれた101TOKYOのディレクターAgatha Wara。

español\\\\Narziß celebró clandestinamente, * y misantrópicamente*, el after party de 101TOKYO 2008, la flamante feria internacional de arte contemporáneo de la ciudad. Les recordamos a todos que "Hell Is Other People", la célebre cita de Sartre que hasta físicamente nos acompañó durante toda la noche. La mayoría -sobre todos los artistas- sin embargo, se lo tomó muy en serio, a juzgar por el autoexilio en la eremítica zona VIP de Indigo. Entre los asistentes estuvieron la fotografa Lolo de Johannesburgo, la imagen de TFR Nakao, la diseniadora de la fashion maison G.V.G.V Magu, la imagen de Narziß Sono, y la directora de 101TOKYO Agatha Wara, que cordialmente nos concedio la venia para usar 101TOKYO como herramienta de desmoralizacion social.

~The Flyer

Wednesday, April 09, 2008

Narziß Celebrated The Success Of Its First Party

english\\\\Narziß celebrated the success of its first party at Nakameguro's coolest spot/hangout/establishment Combine. A load of flamboyant new faces and our regular debauchees showed up, some of them for mere hedonism, and some of them with clear propagandist purposes such as Naokoula displaying a FREE TIBET patch on her tibetan-inspired dress. Escapism vs. Reality: in the end, everybody drank a toast to her intention. Among the audience were the Japanese-Gypsy performer Dolomites, photographer duo Minori and Zoren (Mizo), Dazed&Confused's Sakiko, curator Kiki Kudo and Narziß's image Sono. Somehow, though, we feel like we are forgetting many elegant names...

日本語\\\\Narzißは、中目黒のクールなたまり場Combineで、記念すべき第1回パーティの成功を祝った。きらびやかなたくさんのニューフェイスたちといつもの放蕩者たちが姿を見せた。単に享楽のために来た人もいれば、ナオクーラのように明確なプロパガンダ目的で来た人もいた。彼女は、チベットにインスパイアされたドレスに、“FREE TIBET(チベット解放)”のパッチをつけて現れた。現実逃避 vs リアリティ。結局最後は、みんなで彼女の意見に乾杯。お客さんの中には、日本のジプシー・パフォーマーDolomites, デュオの写真家MinoriとZoren(Mizo), Dazed&ConfusedのSakiko, キュレーターのKiki Kudo、そしてNarzißのイメージSono. ああ、だけどなぜか、他のたくさんのエレガントな名前を忘れてる気がする…

español\\\\Narziß celebró el éxito de su primera fiesta en el spot/hangout/establishment más cuco de Nakameguro Combine. Un mogollón de extravagantes rostros nuevos y nuestros libertinos de toda la vida se aparecieron, algunos por mero hedonismo, y otros con clara vocación propagandística tales como Naokoula exhibiendo su parche FREE TIBET sobre su vestido de inspiración tibetana. Escapismo vs. Realidad: al final, todos brindaron por su intención. Entre los concurrentes estuvieron el intérprete japonés-gitano Dolomites, el dúo fotográfico Minori y Zoren (Mizo), Sakiko de Dazed&Confused, la curadora Kiki Kudo y la imagen de Narziß Sono. De algún modo, sin embargo, nos parece que estamos olvidando varios nombres elegantes...

~The Flyer

Sunday, April 06, 2008

FANCYHIM feb/09/08

TFR AWARDS* [gossips et tags]

best fashion- NAOKOULA [TFR]. MADOKA [club kid]. GALLERMIC [TFR]. NAKAO [TFR]. LACE HEAD [???]. PUNCO [faline]. RE:RE:RE:mojojo [fancyhim.TFR]. FUYURI et YUKA [TFR yarimanchinz]. LEO [fancyhim]. ROCCO [TFR yarimanchinz.narzib]. PIERRE [TFR yarimanchinz]. TAP [fancyhim]. IGALLIANO [TFR yarimanchinz]. KIM [G.V.G.V]. AIKO [TFR yarimanchinz]. SAM [club kid].
best hair- GALLERMIC [TFR]
best make up- TAP [fancyhim]
best fashion toy- RE:RE:RE:mojojo's mask [fancyhim.tfr]
best headdress- LACE HEAD [???]
best mask - RE:RE:RE:mojojo [fancyhim.tfr]
best pair look - FUYURI et YUKA [TFR yarimanchinz]
best new face - AIKO [TFR yarimanchinz]
best foxie- NAKAO [TFR]
best hottie- PIERRE [TFR yarimanchinz]
best bitch – GALLERMIC [TFR]
best hentai- NAOKOULA [TFR]
fashion spot- fancy hentai

* our criteria is tyrannically subjective. It is based on our fine sensibility towards the vanguard in fashion design, in styling, in superfitial heresies and club musics. Despite our nihilism, we still want to create a better world.

best fashion


TOP 2 - MADOKA [club kid]



TOP 5 - LACE HEAD [??]

TOP 6 - PUNCO [faline]

TOP 7 - RE:RE:RE:mojojo [fancyhim.TFR]

TOP 8 - FUYURI et YUKA [TFR yarimanchinz]

TOP 9 - LEO [fancyhim]

TOP 10 - ROCCO [TFR yarimanchinz.narzib]

TOP 11 - PIERRE [TFR yarimanchinz]

TOP 12 - TAP [fancyhim]

TOP 13 - IGALLIANO [TFR yarimanchinz]

TOP 14 - KIM [G.V.G.V]

TOP 15 - AIKO [TFR yarimanchinz]

TOP 16 - SAM [club kid]

best hair- GALLERMIC [TFR]

best make up- TAP [fancyhim]

best fashion toy- RE:RE:RE:mojojo's mask [fancyhim.tfr]

best headdress- LACE HEAD [???]

best mask - RE:RE:RE:mojojo [fancyhim.tfr]

best pair look - FUYURI et YUKA [TFR yarimanchinz]

best new face - AIKO [TFR yarimanchinz]

best foxie- NAKAO [TFR]

best hottie- PIERRE [TFR yarimanchinz]

best bitch – GALLERMIC [TFR]

best hentai- NAOKOULA [TFR]

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