Emily Meow

Taking her looks from club to club, then another club, no sleep, next place, another club, another club, no sleep, another club; she is a queen of transformation. Oh, and if you didn’t get the reference, I suggest you watch this.

Being in a club means your makeup and outfit has to be bold to be seen, and even more so when working on a night with drag performers. With drag being so over the top it’s difficult to stand out but Emily makes sure she does. Combining her love of kawaii fashion with drag, the looks she creates are the ultimate pink fantasy! We asked her a few questions to find out more.


How did you start wearing kawaii fashion?

I grew up wearing gender neutral clothing and was dubbed a “tomboy” most of my childhood. I was always fascinated with Barbie, My Little Pony and other cute toys and my style definitely changed when I discovered Tumblr in my teens. It lead to me finding Kyary Pamyu Pamyu and the world of kawaii fashion, and as cliche as it is, PONPONPON changed my life.

What are the key components of your style?

I like being unapologetically and intoxicatingly femme. I’m heavily inspired by cartoons, dolls, and drag queens. Bows, glitter, frills, and sheer fabrics mainly make up my wardrobe.

Outside of fashion, what are your main interests?

I co-run a queer drag night in the UK called “EAT SLEEP DRAG REPEAT”. We host RuPaul’s Drag Race stars in cities all over the UK. I also write for a queer drag and pop culture website called and I DJ.

In what way does drag or the clubbing scene affect your day to day style—if at all?

I never get dressed cause I’m always hungover.

If you only had one day to spend in Tokyo, what would be the first thing you do?

The Tokyo Disney parks have always been a dream of mine. That and spending my life savings on clothes.

Any last words?

Buy Power on iTunes.






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