Posts Tagged ‘Comme des Garcons’

COMME des GARCONS store renewal by Rei Kawakubo, Berlin – Germany

September 18th, 2017

The transformation comes with a brand new interior, concocted by the brand’s elusive creative honcho Rei Kawakubo. the interior is largely defined by whitewashed walls, black linoleum flooring, and scaffolding-like metal frames are installed across the retail space, serving both as an optical embellishment of sorts, and attaching clothing racks wherever needed.

Rei Kawakubo / Comme des Garçons – Art of the in-between exhibition, New York City

May 8th, 2017

On display are approximately 150 designs of Kawakubo’s womenswear line for Comme des Garçons, dating from the early 1980s to her most recent collection. As the title already hints, the exhibition focuses on the designer’s highly revolutionary experiments in in-betweenness – the space between boundaries in fashion that she so tirelessly challenges.

Dover Street Market, London – UK

July 26th, 2016

Each level aligns with a theme, with the Kawakubo-conceived Iconic Dover Street Hut welcoming customers at the entry level, a gold-plated first floor, a second floor with a ‘Metal Dinosaur’ and black and white cut-out shapes filling the third.

Comme des Garçons store, Bangkok – Thailand

June 28th, 2016

The only decorative element are bold black dots, a signature graphic of the popular pocket Comme des Garçons line, can be found on specific furnishings and specific wall sections.

Comme des Garçons collage installation, Hong Kong

June 19th, 2016

In celebration of golden week, the most popular holiday in Japan, the fashion brand has renewed their collaboration for its collage t-shirt series. Pagowski’s new designs comprise of a mixture of wild collages, colourful illustrations and old school graffiti.

Black Comme des Garçons shop, Amsterdam – Netherlands

April 7th, 2016

Concrete flooring is paired with walls and a ceiling dipped in fresh white paint, and heavy metal rods make up a seemingly makeshift clothing rack lining one side of the shop.

Comme des Garçons store, Hong Kong

January 17th, 2015

Comme des Garçons store, Hong Kong

Podium window display by Svitlana Konstantynova, Dnepropetrovsk – Ukraine

February 23rd, 2014

Trendmarks represented in the boutique are different by unusual cutout garment, graphics and primary achromatic colour-grade (Maison Martin Margiela, Victor&Rolf, Haider Ackermann, Comme des Garcons, Ann Demeuulemeester, Cortigliani). The shop window was decorated for the New Year.

Comme des Garçons flagship store by Rei Kawakubo, London

February 4th, 2014

A shiny aluminium tunnel, that has been hammered into textures to refract the light, transports you from the non-descript brick facade outside to a futuristic wonderland indoors. The 465m2 white-walled interior is dotted with gold curved partitions, each of which create a module that harbours clothing as unconventional as the setting they sit in.

Dover Street Market store, New York City

December 29th, 2013

Dover Street Market store, New York City

WERK x Comme des Garcons installation, Hong Kong

September 5th, 2013

WERK x Comme des Garcons installation, Hong Kong

Fantastique Canopée by Paul Coudamy, Tokyo

May 1st, 2012

For their new department store Dover street Market Ginza in Tokyo, the brand Comme des Garçons asked us to imagine a new version of a wooden cave. Rey Kawabuko’s vision puts forward a sharp contrast between a very neutral architecture: white walls, concrete and embedded lighting with a wild and invasive sculpture, which transforms the space.

COMME des GARÇONS Guerilla Store, Warsaw

January 29th, 2012

Rei Kawakubo’s COMME des GARÇONS fashion label has just opened their third GUERILLA STORE in Poland’s capital Warsaw. Their GUERILLA STORE concept involves the opening of a store for a period of 1 year with a minimal renovation budget.

Dover Street Market by Rei Kawakubo, London

October 11th, 2011

Dover Street Market is a retail space divided over six distinctive floors packed with avant-garde fashion, design and art objects. The focal point on the ground and first floor is ‘The Hut’, a large installation that doubles as a register and stock room.