Linda Haberberger

Linda is free thinker and has held different roles in fashion in the past, from trend scouting to buying and marketing. She has an international background and has lived in different countries across the globe. Inspired by the creativeness and trend-setting fashion industry of Tokyo, she took the chance to spend some time in this mega-city. Linda now works as freelance editor, correspondent and trendscout and has her own website. She is keen about fashion, discovering the world, cultures, and outdoor activities. She is in love with the beach and the sea, true to the motto “sunny, sandy, happy."

Articles By Linda

Tokyo Fashion Week Fall 2016: Part 3

Tokyo fashion week has now come to a close for the season, but the last two days brought some of the more interesting and directional...

March 25, 2016 | Fashion

Bombay Bazar, Daikanyama: Not Just Organic Curry

Like many Tokyo areas, the hip and trendy Daikanyama neighborhood—located between Ebisu and Shibuya—is a hotspot not only for shopping, but also for eclectic cafes...

February 1, 2016 | Food & Drink

Discover the Natural Indigo Blues of Okura, Daikanyama

If, when shopping in Tokyo, you find yourself bored by numerous look-alike mainstream stores, all selling the same kind of clothes, you should check out...

January 8, 2016 | Fashion

Tokyo’s Top 5 Shopping Districts

Japan's capital is deservedly known as one of the world's shopping meccas, offering numerous vibrant and trendsetting districts in which you can find everything from...

January 1, 2016 | Fashion, Lifestyle

The Top Five Winter Shoe Trends of 2015

With the cold season starting a little later in Japan than other parts of the world, many of us may still be looking for the...

December 25, 2015 | Fashion

Twelve Hours in Macau

Lying around 65 kilometers to the west of Hong Kong, Macau is literally a city of duality and worth a visit as one of the...

December 17, 2015 | Uncategorized