The last time Tab and I came to Japan, we met Yasuyuki and Adam, the heads of the tremendously popular lingerie brand Ravijour. They were really cool guys and they ended up blowing out of the Taboo x Jump womens in their stores and on their website. When Nobu told them about Taboo Deltah and our return trip to Japan, they were all over it!! We had a mtg and decided we’d do an exclusive style for Taboo Deltah x Ravijour for Fall 11. Ladies keep an eye out for it because it’s going to be dope/sexy/sick.
It just so happened that Ravijour was throwing a party for their 7th Anniversary a day after our launch event at Loveless and we were certainly excited to say the least. Hahaha. But before we hit the sexy time party, we thought we’d balance out our lives a bit with some culture and family time activities. Because you can’t just party and bullshit every damn day right?
We started the day off with Teppanyaki lunch which was awesome. Check out how meticulously this chef does the shrimp
Then we hit up the Tokyo National Museum. Check out this Dogu sculpture. They say it’s an alien.
Some bronze Taboo Deltah artifacts.
Then we hit up Disney Sea.
And then we was off to the party. But not before seeing Masi Oka from Heroes!!
Alright, enough suspsense. It’s sexy time.
Hot CYBERJAPAN dancers dancing with the Deltahs.
As long as there’s a shoe in the picture, it means it’s business time. Hahaha.
Here we go. Victor Hsu – Chief Propagandist of Jump, Taboo – Taboo Deltah Magnate, Yasuyuki – CEO of Ravijour, Yonehara Yasumasa – famous Japanese photographer and one hilarious mofo, Nobu – CEO Cactus Blues, Adam Sawai – GM of Ravijour. All really awesome people.
Motto Japanese models. Friends of Yone san.
This is a singer named Jackie Yone introduced to me. He says she’s called AAA. I told Yone he should be called XXX. Hahaha.
With the Ravijour designers.
So at about 6:30 AM we left the party. And as if that wasn’t dope enough, we went to Shibuya for sushi.
I really wanted to throw some karaoke into the mix but none were open yet. Hahaha. After the next party!! Ladies prepare yourselves for the launch of Taboo Deltah x Ravijour for Fall 11!!
It was just such an amazing trip. Every time I go to Japan I become more and more enthralled with the culture, the people, the style, the food, the list can go on forever. Being a consummate New Yorker I always hate on other cities but whenever I’m in Tokyo, I just have an overwhelming resounding feeling that I’m in, quite simply, the pinnacle of cultural refinement and lifestyle. I always leave wanting more. And feeling like a barbarian that I don’t have a Washlet in my crib yet. Paper? Really?