ICYMI: Tokyo Street Style, Camel Coats & Fall Nail Polish Trends
A must-read roundup of our most popular stories of the week. You're welcome.
Clashing Prints Were a Street Style Hit at Tokyo Fashion Week
It's always fashion week somewhere!
Fashionista's Insider Guide to Thrift Shopping in Tokyo
From quaint, low-key finds to massive, multiple-floored chains, here are eight stores you need to check out the next time you find yourself in Japan's capital.
See Every Look From the Dior Men's Pre-Fall 2019 Collection
Artistic Director Kim Jones presented his sophomore collection for the French house in Tokyo on Friday.
How Uniqlo Plans to Get Half of the World's Population Into Its Heattech Gear
Having already sold more than 200 million products with its warmth-trapping Heattech technology, the Japanese retailer is setting its sights on billions.
Fashion News Roundup: Mariah Carey Is Getting an OPI Collection, Brad Goreski Wants to Help Ryan Lochte, and a Kitty Fashion Show Just Happened
Coming soon to fingernails near you: A Mariah Carey OPI nail polish collection! The singer takes great pride in her fingernails, so much so that they'
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Karl Lagerfeld Goes to Japan, Makes Some Observations About Japanese People and Their 'Junk Food' Beauty
Karl Lagerfeld is in Japan this week to stage the Chanel spring couture show in Tokyo (no word on whether he'll reconstruct the airplane-cum-runway). He'll stay there for a few days for some other Chanel events during Tokyo fashion week and to support the country one year after the devastating tsunami. As usual, he had some funny things to say. At a party to celebrate the opening of "The Little Black Jacket" art exhibition, he told WWD, "This is a special homage for Japan because after what happened, I thought it was a nice thing to do for Japan," adding, “I think they survived it pretty well and did it with great style and as a country [others] could learn from them.” This was Lagerfeld's first visit to the country in eight years, and he had some observations about how he thinks the Japanese people have changed, thanks to, um, cake: