Lost In Tokyo: October Catalog Behind The Scenes

I always love looking at the behind the scenes photos from our catalog shoots, and this month I was especially excited to get a glimpse at Tokyo. It’s a place I dream of visiting one day, but as of now it still seems so far away, like it’s just beyond my reach.  Seeing images like these gives you such an urge to move…to travel to a place where no one knows who you are or where you came from. To spend hours wandering foreign streets, each step a new discovery. Here’s a glimpse into our catalog shoot, Lost in Tokyo!

Photos by Thomas Northcut.

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Amazing!! Love it all.

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MacK @ SoulMakes Blog

Such beautiful photos! Tokyo looks incredible!!

xo, Juliette Laura
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I love Tokyo! I lived in Japan for three years in a suburb of the city. It was amazing and I miss it so much. Getting lost in the area between Shibuya and Harajuku is one of my favorite things. Also, there was a great hair salon called Vanilla Sky in Minami Aoyama. If anyone has the contact info for this salon please let me know. I would love to get back in touch with them.

It’s my dream to travel to Tokyo!!

http://cluelessgirlsclub.blogspot.com/

jackie

can ya’ll do a post that shows various different photoshop actions/editing techniques? 60% of why these photos are breathtaking to me is the editing.

please consider!

Loving the shots!

Isabel

Was this catalogue inspired by Lost in Translation? I saw lots of similar scenes…

Ariena

I just back from Tokyo, it is really an amazing place to explore with modern and vintage style. I go to both city centre and countryside of Tokyo to look into the city. Very interesting experience.

I took a lots of photos and can share with you if you want. But I do not have instagram. Do u have emails so that I can share with free people lovers.