Location: Tokyo, Japan

Season: Fall/Winter 2017

Key Looks: Tokyo proves age ain’t nothing but a number and you can achieve supreme style before you can barely walk (slide #12). Enjoy the lilac supreme track ensemble (slide #23), office core gets the sado-sexy treatment (slide #24), and the nu-workwear trend is out in force (slide #1).

Editor’s Notes: Tokyo is on its own flex, always. Needless to say, the Japanese are deft at remixing Western trends with their own unique visual signatures. Of course, our latest street style round up from Tokyo Fashion Week doesn’t disappoint. The main trend takeaway? Oversized is everything, layer up the clunky jewelry like there’s no tomorrow, mix your tailoring with anything unexpected and embrace the ugly shoe.

For more street style inspo, check out what Prague’s fashionistas wore to fashion week.

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