Issey Miyake store by Tokujin Yoshioka

June 9th, 2011 by retail design blog

After Nendo Tokujin touches to make its contribution to the cause of the largest retail formula (you all agree?) Contemporary Japanese fashion designer, Issey Miyake.

The new flagship store of its latest brand, 132 5. Is distinguished by a layout that does not take away attention from the real stars of space, the clothes in two sizes, transparent worn by mannequins hanging from the ceiling, take large volumes animating three-dimensional body.

To give information about each piece in the collection, however, just a simple iPad, which is entrusted with the task of explaining the tailoring techniques and “constructive” that give life to clothes. All around, no note of color, only white in abundance and large windows transparent, to play with the reflections of light.

Photographs are © Yoshinaga Yasuaki.

http://www.architectlines.com/furniture/132-5-new-shops-issey-miyake-second-tokujin.html

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