One travel writer shares the Japanese style she observed on a trip to Tokyo and Kyoto that inspired her to create a capsule wardrobe with versatile travel outfits. Get looks from Comme des Garçons, Onitsuka, Uniqlo, Amazon, and more from just $5 that will look great next to Japanese cherry blossoms and wherever your travels take you.
The Spring 2018 season is still in full swing. Up now? Tokyo Fashion Week, where it would be an understatement to say that the street style is on another level. There’s certainly some crossover between Japanese, European, and American trends—see: the streetwear, menswear coats, and berets—but the Tokyo style set is also experimenting with head-to-toe Comme des Garçons, doll-like dresses, and furry accessories. Oh, and almost everyone is wearing a pair of sky-high platform boots. Don’t miss…
In October, long-sleeved shirts or lightweight sweaters are ideal for sunny afternoons. For chillier days a light coat will keep you cozy and comfortable. Here is what we ended up wearing during our two-week trip to Japan in October.
THE SALIENCE OF CHINESE FASHION There have never been more eyes on China’s fashion market than there are right now. This year witnessed the rise of domestic designers, trends, influencers, and social channels at a pace never before seen, particularly given the global pandemic which shook fashion’s very foundation. This