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Tokyo Girls collection: shopping with a Japanese mobile twist

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Tokyo Girls Collection and Shibuya Girls Collection are twice yearly events held in Tokyo ran by blogs Candywalker.com and Girlswalker.com that highlight the latest Japanese fashion ranges to young women. The women usually live outside Tokyo and usually attend the event in person or watch it streamed live online. 

The events attract 20,000 attendees. What is very impressive about the events is:

The data that they’ve gathered about their attendees show an impressive engagement with the online internet.

 

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Attendees spend 98 minutes a day on the mobile internet.

 

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70 per cent have ‘experienced’ m-commerce in the past year. Kawaii doesn’t only mean cute, but serious spending power and mobile connectivity.

Why they work (thanks to my friend Junko Furukawa for this insight):

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