Sophistication and inovation day by day with the Japanese Fashion
Fresh from the Japanese streets of Shibuya, this amazing gallery is packed full of enviable styles. For women this autumn/winter, the boyish trend will be huge and here in Tokyo it's clear that it has already made a big impression. Bowler hats, brogues and masculine tailoring look fantastic on these girls and can be played with by adding the coveted stacked sole shoe or the juxtaposition of ultra-feminine accessories to make the look your own. The men may certainly be stepping up their game now as they too have created some impeccable looks, especially in the footwear department, which seem effortlessly pulled together. Written by Holly Griffin
Playfull, innovative, fresh - 3 words that first spring to mind from this fantastic Tokyo shoot in Omotesandō, an up scale shopping district with a number of internatiol flagship fashion stores that have been designed by world famous architects. As well as the Harijuku styles, these Tokyo shoppers boast a great collection of vintage fashion, most noticeably a range of worn and weathered loafers and brogues that can transform any good look into an exceptional one. Written by Holly Griffin / firstname.lastname@example.org More words from Thian our photographers are coming son to add to his amazing photos!
Even in the stormiest of weather, the people of Tokyo continue to look as fashion conscious as ever. The city may be known for its thriving Harijuku trends, mixing cute, baby doll or gothic dresses with manga-inspired hair and accessories, however there is also plenty more to be seen. An array of silk, lace and pastel pink ribbon that reference the ballerina trend well, accompanied by fringed bobs or top-knots, as well as a gorgeous selection of both vintage and designer handbags that have broken out from the usual range you see being carried down high street. All this put together creates the perfect mix of girlish innocence whilst keeping one step in front of the global fashion crowd. Written by Holly Griffin / email@example.com