HARAJUKU GIRL: Katy Perry held court with her Japanese fans Wednesday night by performing a mini concert at H&M’s Harajuku flagship to promote the Swedish fast fashion chain’s Fashion Against Aids collection for which Perry designed an organic cotton bodysuit. Perry held a q and a session with the Japanese press before taking the stage in an H&M silver minidress, a spiked bracelet and gold platform gladiator sandals. For the packed house,  she belted out catchy crowd-pleasers ‘Hot N Cold’ and her new single ‘Waking Up In Vegas’ before finishing up with her hit ‘I Kissed a Girl.’ “I’m so happy to be here tonight, so happy to be a part of this…with all those other amazing artists,” Perry told the audience. During the q and a, a local journalist asked the singer about her take on Japanese fashion and Perry showed off her freshly manicured Tokyo nails featuring tiny cupcakes, ice cream cones and doughnuts. “I love all the Japanese girls,” Perry quipped. “I just want to take them all home.”

This story first appeared in the May 29, 2009 issue of WWD. Subscribe Today.