Alexander Wang store, Tokyo – Japan

May 7th, 2017 by retail design blog

The luxury infrastructure of Ginza Six is unique, also given its size and location in what’s widely known as the planet’s most sophisticated retail market. A coveted place for leading brands to set up shop, the complex has pulled a impressive list of tenants, and not surprisingly, Alexander Wang has picked the venue to open its second standalone boutique in the Japanese capital. Featuring a similarly understated design, captured by whitewashed walls, shelving and displays clad in natural stone, and shiny chrome clothes racks.

Adding a homey accent to the restrained aesthetic are chunky leather sofas and carpeting in matchings hues. Lighting is another key element of the interior, and includes back-lit ceilings and suspended ceiling spots that highlight various product sections. Which hasthe new Alexander Wang boutique is situated on the third floor of the mall, and houses the brand’s full women’s and men’s ready-to-wear, t by Alexander Wang, handbags, accessories, and footwear collections.

Design and photography: Alexander Wang

https://superfuture.com/supernews/tokyo-alexander-wang-store-opening

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