Highsnobiety / Nicolas “Yuthanan" Chalmeau
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Highsnobiety / Nicolas “Yuthanan" Chalmeau
Highsnobiety / Nicolas “Yuthanan" Chalmeau
Highsnobiety / Nicolas “Yuthanan" Chalmeau
Highsnobiety / Nicolas “Yuthanan" Chalmeau
Highsnobiety / Nicolas “Yuthanan" Chalmeau
Highsnobiety / Nicolas “Yuthanan" Chalmeau
Highsnobiety / Nicolas “Yuthanan" Chalmeau
Highsnobiety / Nicolas “Yuthanan" Chalmeau
Highsnobiety / Nicolas “Yuthanan" Chalmeau
Highsnobiety / Nicolas “Yuthanan" Chalmeau
Highsnobiety / Nicolas “Yuthanan" Chalmeau
Highsnobiety / Nicolas “Yuthanan" Chalmeau
Highsnobiety / Nicolas “Yuthanan" Chalmeau
Highsnobiety / Nicolas “Yuthanan" Chalmeau
Highsnobiety / Nicolas “Yuthanan" Chalmeau
Highsnobiety / Nicolas “Yuthanan" Chalmeau
Highsnobiety / Nicolas “Yuthanan" Chalmeau
Highsnobiety / Nicolas “Yuthanan" Chalmeau
Highsnobiety / Nicolas “Yuthanan" Chalmeau

Location: Tokyo, Japan

When: October 2019

Key Looks: Slides #1 and #13 adequately represent the theme of this month’s roundup, with subjects pulling off compositions of pattern and autumnal textures. Each outfit is effortless and balanced, with loose-fitting layers adding an edge of much-needed comfort. And lastly, a special shoutout goes out to one of Paris’ finest DJs, Teki Latex, rocking a full-tech ensemble in slide #19.

Editor’s Notes: With the colder months rolling around for millions around the world, we consulted photographer Nicolas “Yuthanan” Chalmeau to help us discover what Tokyo’s inhabitants and visitors have been wearing around its busy streets.

Given the city’s reputation, this month’s street style set was explicably dialed, showcasing a range of outfit styles from workwear-inspired combinations and formal, uni-pattern layering, to the refinement of cropped silhouettes and gentle fabrics.

Next to pops of sporting influence, full-length car coats and big patch pockets also showed out, highlighting the importance of fusing comfort with functionality as we transition into winter. Scroll through the selection above and check out February’s set if you’re in the mood for more.

Words by Adam Mark
Weekend Editor