Sofia Guellaty wears a Francis Leon coat, a Reem Alkanhal shirt, a Tibi skirt and Manolo Blahnik shoes. More from our Street Style slide show from the Couture in Paris http://nyti.ms/TnvIqX
Street style, Milan. Do you consider this look serene or extreme? See more of our street style trends here.
For about a week the city’s most creative dressers were nowhere to be seen. “Some people stopped wearing high heels because when the earthquake happened, everybody was walking to go home,” says Fumiko Gotoh, a fashion publicist in Tokyo who bundled up in sensible sweaters and warm scarves just in case an aftershock proved serious. Photo Taka Kira.
Another image by Taka Kira of TokyoFashion.com suggests that a sense of normality — well — is creeping back, as Tokyo’s youth begin to put their all-black ensembles in the closet.
In the days after the March 11 earthquake and tsunami in Japan, a new austerity defined Tokyo street style. But as these photos by Taka Kira of TokyoFashion.com attest, some are beginning to return to their usual joyous style.