Mademoiselle Yulia, 28, was an It girl in Tokyo by the time she was a high school sophomore and has held that title ever since. However, she's graduated from her days as the lead singer in a punk band to sitting front-row at Dior (her Harajuku-influenced style and bright hair is pure street-style gold), appearing in ads for Stella McCartney, DJ-ing some of the hippest fashion parties (like Jeremy Scott's, who considers her a muse), and designing her jewelry label Giza and her clothing label Growing Pains.
Today, Yulia presented her fall collection for Growing Pains, which highlights her love of meshing pretty and punk, at Tokyo Fashion Week. Just before, the multi-hyphenate phenomenon shared her favorite places to shop and dance in Tokyo, as well as her go-t0 Japanese beauty products and snacks.
Singer, DJ, apparel and jewelry designer.
Three words that describe your style:
Fun, unexpected, heels.
Biker jacket from Lewis Leather or Mods coat from PHENOMENON.
Where do you get your hair done? Best beauty spot in Tokyo?
My dad works at a hair salon in Harajuku, so I always go there. But also, I have a license for hair dressing!
Where do you get your nails done in Tokyo?
I think most manicurists in Tokyo have very good skills. You can get amazing nails done almost anywhere. I always go to the salon with a bunch of ideas.
Most stylish Tokyo club?
Dress from L'Ecole des Femmes.
What’s always in your bag:
Celine wallet, iPhone with cigarette case that I made, Chanel lipstick, Sailor Moon compact, and Haribo gummy bears.
Most prized possession in your closet:
A Gucci dress from the Spring 2015 collection.
Street style must-haves:
Toga coat with red faux fur, fox print muffler from Jeremy Scott, black turtleneck, and a biker jacket.