More Street Style From Tokyo Fashion Week SS19

An international symbol of post-modern consumerism, Tokyo is a visual tapestry of competing references and cultures. Famed for a symphonic skyline which switches from temples of ancient pasts to skyscrapers of distant futures with unquestionable elegance and propriety. The Far-East's answer to NYC, Tokyo is a bar-setting metropolis which blends old and new like an expertly curated gallery where each element is captivating in isolation, but utterly mesmerising when absorbed as one.

This intrinsic blend of references and style codes has trickled down into the very fabric of Tokyo culture and informs, quite literally, the fabrics its inhabitants produce, source and consume. Defined by a distinctly post-modern sensibility; a digitally developed hyper-city with a legacy that spans the millennia, Tokyo is a global hotspot for culture of almost any form.

Following on from our first round of street and sneaker style galleries, globe-trotting street style photographer Robert Spangle has captured more of the street style from the Japanes capital.

Build texture into your layering game for a considered take on cosy-weather styling.
Casual daywear from timeless brands Patagonia and A.P.C. offer no fuss options for everyday style.
Heritage jewel-tones and throwback textiles bring 90s-collegiate styling back around.
Army-surplus style codes are brought to life in an earthy palette of natural hues and heavyweight layers.
writerEuan Smart
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