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Japan

Adelaide

Tokyo, Japan

Designers to look out for:

3.1 Phillip Lim,Alexander Wang,AMI Alexandre Mattiussi,Chloé,J.W. Anderson,John Elliott,Liam Hodges,Maison Margiela,Raf Simons,Rambaut,Rick Owens,Saint Laurent,Selfmade by Gianfranco Villeagas

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.

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.

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.

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.

CLANE

Tokyo, Japan

Designers to look out for:

About the store:

Formed after leaving the popular brand Emoda in 2014, Clane is the new ready-to-wear label from Japanese designer and model Ena Matsumoto. Targeted towards young professionals from the age of 25 to 30, Clane transcends any age limitations with its range of pared-down contemporary garments.

grapevine by k3

Tokyo, Japan

Designers to look out for:

G.V.G.V

About the store:

Located in Daikanyama, the ever popular upscale shopping district in Tokyo, grapevine by k3 is known for its tasteful selection of carefully chosen designer clothing and accessories. Just like the name suggests, the store soon gained its recognition through the grapevine of Tokyo's fashion conscious, establishing its own aesthetic and style that is truly unique to the store.

H BEAUTY & YOUTH

Tokyo, Japan

Designers to look out for:

H Beauty & Youth

About the store:

An offshoot of the acclaimed United Arrows retail chain, H BEAUTY AND YOUTH brings a distinct approach to apparel from the south side of Tokyo's fashionable Aoyama district. Representing what they refer to as an ageless, borderless and genderless approach, H BEAUTY AND YOUTH cater to what they call the "City Man and Woman" with three stories worth of high-end apparel for men and women. Their boutique mirrors the variety of their stock with highly-refined wooden floors rubbing up against exposed mesh shelving, and the bonus of a pizza restaurant located in the basement.

idea by Sosu

Tokyo, Japan

Designers to look out for:

Haider Ackermann,Public School,22/4 Hommes,Rick Owens,Liberty of Death,Miharayasuhiro,Mugler,Sophia Webster,Marques Almeida,22/4 Femmes,Mame,Robert Clergerie

About the store:

Based on three distinct concepts - idea, independence and initiation, idea by Sosu offers a carefully curated mix of vintage and upcoming designers. The relaxed boutique provides a welcoming, laid-back atmosphere, a stark contrast to the bustling Omotesando Hills shopping complex where the store is located.

LAND OF TOMORROW

Tokyo, Japan

Designers to look out for:

Bergfael,Dries Van Noten,E. Tautz,Jil Sander,Jean Paul Knott,Kolor,Lemaire,Loewe,Rosetta Getty

About the store:

In a stunning space that combines atelier-style luxury with surprising modern design - keep an eye out for the staircase - this new addition to the Japanese Tomorrowland retail empire promises an “art gallery” for fashion. Located within Tokyo’s bustling financial district, the visitor can expect a gathering of the sleekest and most surprising brands in modern menswear and womenswear.

Loveless

Tokyo, Japan

Designers to look out for:

Alexander Wang,Balmain,Education from Youngmachines,MCM,MSGM,Muller of Yoshiokubo,Nº 21,Nude:Masahiko Maruyama,Takkoda,Yoshio Kubo

About the store:

Taking its name from My Bloody Valentine's seminal album, Loveless sits on a zelkova tree-lined avenue in Omotesando, Tokyo. With a décor influenced by the interiors of European medieval castles; rich dark woods, chandeliers and a winding staircase create a lavishly dark atmosphere, in which contemporary up-and-coming Japanese designers, luxury powerhouses as well as their own highly-regarded eponymous line are reverently displayed.

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