Street Style From Tokyo Fashion Week Fall 2018
Tokyo Fashion Week, where the street style is guaranteed to surprise and delight. Some of the best-dressed guests we’ve seen so far take a maximalist approach to style, mixing neons, prints, and oversize streetwear.
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Shoes & Boots at Tokyo Fashion Week: Clogs, High Boots and More
Fashion week closed on March 24, leaving in its wake an array of eccentric shoe styles to ponder over. Street-style shots proved that platforms, 90s and avant-garde touches were trends in the Japanese capital, but the fall ’18 runway offered just as many intriguing ideas.
Floor-dusting clogs from Yohei Ohno and G.V.G.V’s pelvis-high boots (yes, they went that high) were among the craziest styles of the week, along with more below.
Yohei Ohno’s Shag Rug Shoes
Do these heels come with cleaning instructions?
These floor-grazing clogs bring to mind a long-pile shag rug. The shoes feature a stringy fabric that literally can dust the ground it walks on. Offered in charcoal gray and ivory, it’s feasible that these may have been inspired by a trip to Ikea’s carpet section.
G.V.G.V’s Pelvis-High Boots
Rihanna was among the first to present a towering pair of boots during her spring 18 fenty Puma show at New York Fashion Week last September, taking the thigh-high to entirely new levels. Now in Tokyo, G.V.G.V has added its own iteration of the style. The label presented quite a few of the pelvis-high pairs, including a muted tan suede option. Its two checked versions in leather (offered in black and orange, and white and black) stood out among the bunch.
Hyke’s Sherpa Heels and Leg Warmers
How to get away with pumps in the winter? Make them sherpa and add matching thigh-high leg warmers. Hyke’s experimentation with fabric and accessories brought forth this cozy duo of sherpa heels and incredibly warm-looking leg coverings.