After a short closure, Dover Street Market in London reopens today with a coveted fresh offerings and a number of alluring new settings. Indeed, it has only been four months since the store relocated to haymarket, but it’s a tradition at Dover Street Market to bedazzle its savvy fanbase at the beginning of each season. And as usual with each of the store’s changeovers, there’s a lot of novelties to take in, be it new Comme des Garçons collections, new brands or new settings. Upon entering the ground floor shoppers stumble upon a newly installed Comme des Garçons installation in the event space which presents five key pieces from its A/W 2016 women’s collection.
New spaces have also been allocated to London-based Bulgarian designer Kiko Kostadinov who garnered global attention earlier this year with his Central St. Martin’s graduate men’s collection, Italian designer Daniela Gregis whose new collection full of quirky women’s silhouettes are a perfect fit for the store, and last but certainly not least revamped Italian menswear label Brioni. Additionally, Dover Street Market will be stocking a tightly curated slew of edgy new brands, both emerging and established, from across the planet. Having made the cut are brands such as Bernhard Willhelm, Avec Modération, Wales Bonner, Jan-Jan Vanessche, and Itchy Scratchy Patchy, the label of model Edie Campbell and designer Christabel McGreevy which makes unique items from used Levi’s denim and sunspel tees.