On: Fashion (men)

Selected stories from On: Fashion, the monthly style column in The Japan Times, by Misha Janette and Samuel Thomas
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The changing face of fashion in Japan
A collaboration between Yohji Yamamoto’s online-only brand S’YTE and horror manga maestro Junji Ito definitely feels like the artist is a welcome guest in the designer’s world.
This month sees a relaunch of some of the most iconic items from the Tommy Hilfiger subbrand Tommy Jeans’ back catalogue. The collection is available now and exclusive to the Omotesando flagship store. Jeans, Tommy Hilfiger, Men's Fashion, Menswear, Casual, Tommy Jeans, Adidas Jacket, Tommy, Men's Collection
Fashion-forward trends still hark back
This month sees a relaunch of some of the most iconic items from the Tommy Hilfiger subbrand Tommy Jeans’ back catalogue. The collection is available now and exclusive to the Omotesando flagship store.
Soph. Co., Ltd.'s F.C.Real Bristol "The Simpsons" '90s-inspired T-shirts. Bristol, Shirts, Street, Supreme, The Twenties, Bespoke Suit, Street Wear
Fashion-forward trends still hark back
Soph. Co., Ltd.'s F.C.Real Bristol "The Simpsons" '90s-inspired T-shirts.
Currently proving a successful nostalgia trip are Jun Takahashi, Nigo and Tetsu Nishiyama takes on “Star Wars” for Uniqlo. Fashion, Japan Fashion, Tops, New Era, Uniqlo, Nigo, Mens Tops, Mens Fashion
Can a new era prepare Japanese style to let go of Heisei trends?
Currently proving a successful nostalgia trip are Jun Takahashi, Nigo and Tetsu Nishiyama takes on “Star Wars” for Uniqlo.
Yasuhiro Mihara remixes classic Court Graffik shoes. Classic, Trainers, Shoes, Sneakers, Dc Sneaker
Fashion farewells and hellos
Yasuhiro Mihara remixes classic Court Graffik shoes.
Mihara Yasuhiro recently revealed a new menswear line called Fit Mihara Yasuhiro, a beacon in the saturated streetwear market. Mens Fashion Edgy, Streetwear, Edgy Leather Jacket, Vintage Outfits 90s, Men, Work Shirts, Vintage Outfits
New, old and classic — Mintdesigns, vintage clothing and Mihara Yasuhiro
Mihara Yasuhiro recently revealed a new menswear line called Fit Mihara Yasuhiro, a beacon in the saturated streetwear market.
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David Bowie is and always will be with us
Paying homage to this undeniable force is the “David Bowie is” exhibition, originally curated and organized by London’s Victoria and Albert Museum. Now on show at Tokyo’s Warehouse Terrada G1 building.
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Anrealage gets real in Tokyo's Omotesando
Kunihiko Morinaga’s Anrealage, a mainstay of Paris Fashion Week, whose new Aoyama location in the heart of the high -fashion district that is the most significant. It heralds Anrealage in equal standing to the household brand names it now shares a postal code with.
Seibu Shibuya has invited 15 of Tokyo’s top menswear designers and brands to create one-off items of clothing and bags for fans to purchase. Participating labels include Mihayarasuhiro, Yoshio Kubo, Ato, White Mountaineering and Yuima Nakazato. Jumpers, Winter, Clothes, Hoodies
New looks for fall and winter
Seibu Shibuya has invited 15 of Tokyo’s top menswear designers and brands to create one-off items of clothing and bags for fans to purchase. Participating labels include Mihayarasuhiro, Yoshio Kubo, Ato, White Mountaineering and Yuima Nakazato.
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Shibuya Parco Museum Final Exhibitions I, II, III
Homme Plisse, the menswear counterpart to the Pleats Please line of clothing from Issey Miyake, opened its first storefront on June 11 in Tokyo’s quaint Daikanyama area.
Dresser of the Tokyo bohemian, Trove is one force advocating reviving traditional menswear with its new line Wa-Robe. And it’s also bringing the Star Wars cultural exchange full circle with collaboration pieces peppered with logos and references from the film franchise. Films, Traditional, Logos, Inspiration, Jackets
Reviving the old and promoting the new
Dresser of the Tokyo bohemian, Trove is one force advocating reviving traditional menswear with its new line Wa-Robe. And it’s also bringing the Star Wars cultural exchange full circle with collaboration pieces peppered with logos and references from the film franchise.
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New places to shop and an all-inclusive way to approach fashion
Most of the shops are attached to the station’s Southern Terrace exits in the NEWoMan complex (pronounced “Newman”), which covers five floors of fashion stores with 80 percent of them being first-timers to the Shinjuku area.
the entrance to diesel black gold is covered in green plants and ivy as well as men's clothing
New places to shop and an all-inclusive way to approach fashion
Diesel has opened a brand new flagship in Aoyama and next to it is a new store for its high-end label Diesel Black Gold. The latter is a standalone boutique — a first for Tokyo — that sets its sights on a savvy and swanky clientele, the kind who follow its fashion shows in Milan.
Designer Jotaro Saito seeks to free the kimono from the confines of tradition. Design, Couture, Harajuku, Costumes, Upcycling, Tokyo Fashion, Japanese Kimono, Male Kimono
Designer Jotaro Saito seeks to free the kimono from the confines of tradition
Designer Jotaro Saito seeks to free the kimono from the confines of tradition.
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Avatar models, Sanrio menswear and disheveled clothing — fashion at its oddest
Ayymatsuura, based on the designer's vision of the ideal man, and her provocative reversal of the male gaze is imbued with a pinch of kawaii (cute) and a heavy dose of Japanese and Korean idol culture. It has got the industry talking and won her plenty of fans — not least at Sanrio, who asked her to design a menswear collection using its characters.