Denham store, Tokyo

November 3rd, 2011 by retail design blog

Opening to the public today is Denham’s stand-alone Tokyo store, representing the second dedicated retail presentation following the successful opening of the label’s Amsterdam location. The new store’s Daikanyama address is perfectly suited for Denham’s distinct design aesthetic and product-culture. The district is home to Japanese denim temples Okura and Hollywood Ranch Market as well as newer concepts in modern utility such as Nanamica and respected international brands like Paul Smith.







http://hypebeast.com/2010/06/denham-tokyo-store-opening/

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