Tokyo is one of the newest cities on the official Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week world roster. While established Japanese designers, like Rei Kawakubo and Yohji Yamamoto, show in Paris, Tokyo Fashion Week promotes young, emerging, and local talent. Fall 2013 started in Tokyo this past Sunday and so far we’ve seen a lot of craft and color. Korean-based label Fleamadonna, a Tokyo street-style favorite, was—true to its name—flea marketably sexy yet modest. Atsushi Nakashima made incredible long denim jackets in ombre and pailettes. Conny Groenewegen, a Dutch designer, got into ‘Pleats Please’ Japanese textile technology. And Anrealage designer Kunihiko Morinaga’s show was like a preview of Baz Luhrmann’s upcoming The Great Gatsby. Here are a few of our favorite looks from the week so far.