Not surprisingly, sneakers ruled for both men and women. Highlights included Dior’s Fusion sneakers, Chiara Ferragni Collection silver glitter Flirting slip-on sneakers and a pair of vintage Converse Weapon high-top sneakers.
Plenty of other classic sneaker brands made an appearance—but with a twist. There were Converse All-Stars with gold star studs, bubblegum pink Adidas trainers and bright multicolored New Balance sneakers.
One male-female duo took to the streets in similar wooden flatform styles. Platforms were another style popular among show-goers. One woman wore a black lace-up style while another wore a pair with fringed embellishment.
Another woman at first appeared to be arriving via roller skates, but her sky-high platform boots were made to look as though they were on wheels.
American menswear designer Todd Snyder showed his spring ’16 collection in Tokyo on Monday.
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