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Boutiques

Rest of the World

4

Kuwait City, Kuwait

Designers to look out for:

Ann Demeulemeester, Gareth Pugh, Haider Ackermann, Mugler, Rick Owens, Yohji Yamamoto

About the store:

From avant garde fashion to exquisite furniture, books and beautiful paintings, 4 is Kuwait’s first and only destination lifestyle & fashion store, offering a unique shopping experience to those with a passion for the extraordinary. Situated in the core industrial area of Al-Shuwaikh, surrounded by traditional Islamic architecture, warehouses and bustling street markets, the store's interior encompasses an altogether more futuristic tone; linear and graphic, with touches of Kubrick-esque science fiction

Adam Heath

Perth, Australia

Designers to look out for:

3.1 Philip Lim, Anya Hindmarch, Cédric Charlier, Jérôme Dreyfus, Marni, MSGM, Sonia Rykiel, Victoria by Victoria Beckham

About the store:

Adam Heath is located at the heart of Claremont's esteemed shopping precinct. Owned and run by Judy Burbury since 1985, the boutique stocks a covetable range of top international and Australian designers. The building itself features an original pressed tin ceiling, luxurious changing rooms showcasing Aboriginal art, and a downstairs gallery with a wide variety of gifts and homewares sourced from around the world.

Adelaide

Tokyo, Japan

Designers to look out for:

Fad Three

About the store:

First launched in 1990 in the Minami Aoyama area of Tokyo, Adelaide presents an exceptional edit of top international brands. Constantly striving to exceed the expectations of those who appreciate the originality and creativity of contemporary fashion design, the store is currently working on a high-concept section on the store’s first floor, influenced by the world’s most prestigious art museums.

Al Ostoura

Salmiya, Kuwait

Designers to look out for:

3.1 Phillip Lim, Alexander McQueen, Carven, Christopher Kane, Comme des Garçons, Junya Watanabe, Lanvin, Mary Katrantzou, Moschino, Sacai, Simone Rocha, Stella McCartney, The Row

About the store:

Al Ostoura, whose name deservedly means 'The Legend' in Arabic, has gained global recognition for its distinguished selection of high end designers and is known to be a leader in promoting up and coming brands in the Middle East. Their flagship space is located in the dynamic Salmiya district of Kuwait; an area internationally renowned for its luxury fashion and lifestyle stores.

Amore

Tokyo, Japan

Designers to look out for:

Chanel Vintage

About the store:

Tucked away in a quiet backstreet off Omotesando’s main shopping strip sits Amore - ‘the world’s best Chanel vintage store.’ Home to exclusive Chanel pieces dating from the 1960s, this treasure trove of rare finds is every collector’s dream.

Assin

Melbourne, Australia

Designers to look out for:

Ann Demeulemeester, ASSIN, Boris Bidjan Saberi, 11 By Boris Bidjan Saberi, Haider Ackermann, Henrik Vibskov, Julius _7, Junya Watanabe, Kolor, Sara Lanzi, Vivienne Westwood, Yoshiyo

About the store:

Assin is an evolving fashion retail concept, which was conceived and brought to life in April 2004 in a 450sqm city basement in Melbourne, Australia. Recognizing a refined collective thought that merges fashion, art, architecture and design, the store offers an intimate perspective on world fashion through considered retail & exhibition spaces, installations and designer collaborations.

Astraet

Tokyo, Japan

Designers to look out for:

Astraet, Eddie Borgo, Givenchy, Loeffler Randall, Miansai, Pierre-Louis Mascia, Thakoon Addition,

About the store:

Taken from the Old English word for 'Street', Astraet encourages its customers “not to blindly follow fashion trends, but walk one's own road" by presenting two distinct selections. The 'Permanent' collection focuses on modern reproductions of heritage and classic garments, while the 'Seasonal' collection consists of original lines, as well as internationally renowned designers, offering a more trend led assortment of quality womenswear and accessories.

CANDY Sister

Tokyo, Japan

Designers to look out for:

BLK Denim, Diesel, Each X Other, Gosha Rubchinskiy, Henrik Vibskov, Julien David, Kenzo, KTZ, Markus Lupfer, Matthew Miller, Olympia Le-Tan, Shaun Samson, Valentino, Versus

About the store:

Located in the bustling Shibuya district, renowned for its hip shops and youthful crowds, CANDY Sister sits at the cutting edge of the Tokyo fashion scene.The shop is comprised of 2 floors, each showcases different concepts. The store has multiple branches, each presenting different approaches, from high-end to contemporary designers, vintage items, as well as their original brand.

Cherry

Fukuoka, Japan

Designers to look out for:

Givenchy, Hood By Air, Maison Margiela, Marcelo Burlon, Off-White, Raf Simons, Rick Owens, Thom Browne, Yeezy

About the store:

Situated in Tenjin, Fukuoka - one of Japan’s biggest shopping districts, Cherry showcases a mix of dark and avant-garde streetwear fashion, art and music.

CITYSHOP

Tokyo, Japan

Designers to look out for:

77circa, Cityshop, Kijima Takayuki, Reserved Note, Soe, Thridda, Toga

About the store:

‘Everyday life for Everyday people in the City’ is the concept behind this lifestyle boutique in Tokyo. Founded by Yuichi Yoshii in 2015, Cityshop is a creative mix of fashion, art and food. The first floor is home to the store’s mouth-watering delicatessen, whilst the second floor showcases sought-after designs from local Japanese talent, as well as selection of vintage clothing and contemporary works of art.