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Farfetch Partners

Japan

Adelaide

Tokyo, Japan

Designers to look out for:

3.1 Phillip Lim,AMI Alexandre Mattiussi,Alexander Wang,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.

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.

LAND OF TOMORROW

Tokyo, Japan

Designers to look out for:

Bergfael,Dries Van Noten,E. Tautz,Jean Paul Knott,Jil Sander,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,Nude:Masahiko Maruyama,Nº 21,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.

monkey time

Tokyo, Japan

Designers to look out for:

Chapter,Filling Pieces,MR.COMPLETELY,STAMPD,Second Layer,monkey time

About the store:

For such a young store, monkey time has already taken huge strides towards becoming the go-to spot for Tokyo-based streetwear connoisseurs and sneakerheads alike. The United Arrows owned boutique is rather unique in that they are constantly influencing and putting their stamp on the brands they stock. They have already built up a long list of collaborations with streetwear heavyweights such as STAMPD, Filling Pieces, and Chapter. After building such a strong rapport with the Japanese market, it’s impact on the global market is almost certain.

NUBIAN

Tokyo, Japan

Designers to look out for:

Acne Studious,Ambush,Doublet,Elvira,Facetasm,Fear Of God,Gosha Rubchinskiy,Heron Preston,M+Rc Noir,Maison Margiela,Marcelo Burlon,Needles,Off-White,Palm Angels,Places+Faces,Rick Owens,Sasquatchfabrix,Takahiromiyashitathesoloist,Unused,Y-3,Yeezy Season,Yohji Yamamoto

About the store:

Located in the major shopping districts of Tokyo, NUBIAN provides an environment that treads the line between luxury and streetwear. Offering customers not only high-end labels but also upcoming and emerging brands, NUBIAN has created a hub where designers can showcase pieces not easily found elsewhere.

Restir

Tokyo, Japan

Designers to look out for:

Alexander Wang,Christopher Kane,Le Ciel Bleu,Maison Margiela,Marques Almeida,Noir Kei Ninomiya,Saint Laurent,Stella McCartney,Yazbukey

About the store:

Located in the city’s Roppongi district as a creative melting pot where photographers, architects and art directors gather and exchange ideas, Restir is an immersive retail experience set across three floors, each with its own product offering and visual identity. Combining international luxury labels with local and more niche designers along with their own brand Le Ciel Bleu, Restir offers a carefully edited collection across womenswear, menswear, accessories and digital gadgets.

TRICO FIELD

Tokyo, Japan

Designers to look out for:

Denim Dungaree,Fith,Go To Hollywood

About the store:

Contemporary childrenswear boutique Trico Field carefully selects clothing and accessories from three popular Japanese brands: FIFTH, DENIM DUNGAREE, and GO TO HOLLYWOOD. Here, comfort, design and quality meet high-end fashion to provide your little ones with a perfectly coordinated and entirely unique outfit. Each brand is dedicated to premium materials, expert tailoring and attention to intricate details. The name ‘Trico Field’ stands for ‘where three things meet’ – in reference to the Tokyo-based boutique, its customers and the craftsmen. To create, to convey and to wear are the key principles upon which the value of Trico Field’s clothing is based on.

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