Tokyo Fashion Week 18 - Recap
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With Tokyo fashion week spring 18 over, looking back, this fashion week was yet again introducing the fashion elites take on what will be the hot upcoming styles, which includes continuing of clunky shoes, big logos and unconventional approach to styling. However favourites such as Helmut Lang, Gucci and Gosha Rubchinskiy steered clear of the chunkiness.
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A noticeable trend both on catwalk and streetstyle was the chest-high jeans, pants-over-trousers look and a general oversized look from a variety of designers including FREINOCK’s FW18 collection as seen below.
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Asia and Tokyo in particular have been a hotbed for great designers in recent years, such as Japanese designers Yohji Yakamoto, Rei Kawakubo, Yohei Ohno, Masayuki Ino, Hideaki Miyahara, Akiko Aoki and so on, upcoming street-wear brands but also for pushing the street-wear genre from the personal streetstyle perspective. Down below is Akiko Aoki.
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One of the local favourites and as well as ours is Akiko Aoki. With Akiko Aoki’s more elegant approach, aesthetic designs, the slightly oversized lines, cuts was ever present, Aoki clearly has a feel for what her customers wants, while remaining unique with multifunction pieces. Aoki has in recent years swiftly become a favoured and sought after brands at the Tokyo Fashion Week.
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Which streetstyle and runway style from Tokyo Fashion Week was your favourite?
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Photo credits - Timu from TokyoFashion.com, Hypebeast, the mentioned brands

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