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FEATURE: The Best Japanese Street Style From TOKYO FASHION WEEK 2024 S/S! DAY SIX
Photos by Guest Collaborator TokyoFashion!
The last day of Tokyo Fashion Week for this season featured shows by two brands that usually bring out great guests for street style - Yohei Ohno and Viviano.
Designer Viviano Sue presented a collection inspired by the movie "The Young Girls of Rochefort". While Catherine Deneuve didn't show up (this isn't Paris, or even New York), we did get snaps of famous Japanese makeup artist Zutti Mattia and Korean makeup/beauty influencer Gyutae, as well as a lot of people wearing colorful ruffles from previous Viviano collections.
The Yohei Ohno show earlier in the day brought out Vogue editors, stylists, upcoming Japanese designers Asagiinyo and Nori Enomoto, Nick Wooster, and other well-dressed fashion industry insiders.
On the last day of Fashion Week, we also ran into next generation Japanese icon Nishimoto The Mouth, known for his growing international celebrity fan base. Nishimoto fans include no less than Drake, who has been photographed more than once wearing t-shirts featuring pictures of Nishimoto's tattooed face.
This season of Tokyo Fashion Week is officially over. Let us know if you'd like to see more of this type of fashion coverage in the TokyoScope Substack in the future, and thanks for coming along with us while we were shooting this week!
All photos were shot by TokyoFashion exclusively for TokyoScope.
DAY SIX: Harajuku, Shibuya
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