Tokyo Drifting

Back in 2008, I was checking my MySpace account and came across an interesting individual by the name of Tokyo Diiva. Someone on my friends list shared the link to a song she made for the Bad Girls Club and I immediately fell in love with her look and her sound! Apparently the producers of the show did as well, because it was the theme song for seasons 2 through 15!

Photo Credit: @tokyodiiva

Until recently, I had no idea where her name originated from exactly, but if you know anything about the fashion industry in Tokyo, you would understand with one glimpse of her. Her eccentric, yet original, style speaks volumes without her ever having to mention her name.

Photo Credit: @tokyodiiva

This beautiful lyricist (who absolutely hates to be called a rapper) lives a jet-setting life that most would envy. One minute, she’s in Jamaica, then Spain, Miami, NYC, LA, Hong Kong, Bangkok, and then back home to Norway! I mean, who wouldn’t want to travel the world and get paid to do it? And since she’s only in her 20s and has her whole life in front of her, why not enjoy it?

Photo Credit: @tokyodiiva

Her style has elements of the 80s, 90s, and the next millennia incorporated into it without looking as if she’s trying too hard. What’s even better is that her Instagram feed is full of mind-blowing images that are just as lavish and luxurious as she is – and her IDGAF attitude makes her even more captivating!

Photo Credit: @tokyodiiva

With inspiration from Cindy Crawford, Linda Evangelista, & Julia Roberts’ character in Pretty Woman, it’s no wonder why she’s a force to be reckoned with. And I believe that one day she’ll take over the world — bunny ears and all.

Photo Credit: @tokyodiiva


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