Head Porter

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Head Porter is a Harajuku based Japanese fashion label created in association with designer Hiroshi Fujiwara that produces bags and other accessories. Focusing on a wide array of different style bags, including fanny packs, backpacks, wallets, totebags, and handbags. The brand brings the urban bag style of Japan to its products and is well known for engaging in high-profile collaborative projects with other fashion labels and bag designers.


Head Porter Style

Head Porter’s product line is as eclectic as possible, containing dozens of different kinds of bags and forms of design. Most bags come in one of five colors – olive, blue, black, orange, and red and known for their puffier design style, with lots of space and effective use of size. Shiny, soft materials make up the majority of the bags, of which there a many different kinds. Everything from office worker bags to luggage and women's handbags are available for any size or style of person.


Head Porter has become famous over the years for its number of collaborations with well known fashion designers and labels in Japan and Europe. Some of the top collaborations by Head Porter include:

  • Hynee.Store – T-shirts, accessories, bags, and hats.
  • BaseControl – A number of jackets, hats, and different bag designs.
  • Levi’s Fenom – Jeans with Head Porter style designs.
  • mastermind japan – A number of punk inspired designs including t-shirts, jackets, ties, notebooks, and accessories.
  • visvim – A benchwarmer jacket design and a number of high profile sneaker crossovers.
  • Undercover – Wide array of screen t-shirts as well as a pen case and a few small bag designs.
  • Neighborhood - Jackets, backpacks, t-shirts, hats, and other streetwear clothing with Head Porter designs.
  • Comme des Garcons – Jeans, T-shirts, and tote bags featuring Head Porter style designs.
  • A Bathing Ape - Wallet and shoulder bags as well as bag inspired clothing sold by BAPE.

Where to Buy Head Porter

Head Porter products can be found in a number of Japanese Department Stores and their own shop in Harajuku on Takeshita Dori. International shipping is available from their website and a New York City store exists in Soho.

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