Having just wrapped up, Verdy’s Harajuku Day festival brought together a host of brands and designers for a series of exclusive drops.

The festival saw collaborations from, of course, Verdy and Girls Don’t Cry, but also HUMAN MADE, POGGYTHEMAN, Wasted Youth, Beats by Dre, and even singer Syd.

The three-day festival was supposed to get underway on October 12 but was delayed due to safety concerns regarding Typhoon Hagibis.

View some of our favorite pieces from Verdy’s Harajuku Day festival below.

Girls Don't Cry x HUMAN MADE

Revealed after the festival's announcement, the Girls Don’t Cry x HUMAN MADE capsule fuses Verdy’s graphics with Nigo’s silhouettes. The collaboration, featuring both apparel and accessories, includes a fire varsity jacket.

Syd x Girls Don't Cry

During day two of the festival, Verdy announced a surprise collaboration with singer Syd. For the collab, Syd and Girls Don’t Cry released a red hoodie and white T-shirt, both sporting the singer’s name in the brand’s signature font.

YouthQuake x Verdy

First unveiled in the summer, Youthquake’s collaboration with Verdy arrives in the form of a graphic tee. The print features Verdy’s familiar rabbit next to YouthQuake’s logo. Following a one-day pop-up in Tokyo, the piece was restocked at the festival.

POGGYTHEMAN x Wasted Youth

Although the collaboration between Wasted Youth and Poggy includes a number of dope Ivy league-inspired pieces, we can’t get enough of the blazer above. Featuring an all-over print, the blazer can be worn with a matching shirt and pants to head-turning effect.

Magic Stick x Wasted Youth

Magic Stick, a Highsnobiety favorite that's been around since 2009, came together with Verdy's Wasted Youth label for a techwear capsule with a ravey twist.

Blackmeans x Verdy

Need a new coin pouch to keep your change? Blackmeans, one of Japan's finest leather purveyors, teamed up with Verdy for this neat holder.


One of the biggest hitters to feature in Verdy's roll call of collaborators was UNDEFEATED, who offered up a small logo-centric capsule, complete with a novelty foam finger.

Carrots x Verdy

Anwar Carrots came through at the Tokyo event. The former Odd Future-affiliate previewed his "Carrot Boy" capsule, featuring a T-shirt and hoodie, on Instagram.

Takashi Murakami x Verdy

Never likely to miss out on anything creative that's going down in Tokyo, Takashi Murakami teamed up with Verdy for sculptural paintings featuring the latter's rabbit mascot as well as his own "Mr. DOB."

Babylon LA x Wasted Youth

Finally, there's Babylon LA, who has also joined forces with Wasted Youth for a solid staples collection. Bearing text reading "We Light the Fires," the line-up also includes a T-shirt and hat.

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