Put on your fashion face and get ready for Tokyo fashion week
In conjunction with Tokyo fashion week, Isetan Department Store is hosting the Tokyo Upcoming pop-up store offering a varied selection of the best of young talent. Located in the Tokyo Kaiho-ku creative space on the second floor, seven collections will be on sale.
Be sure to check out the fossilized candy accessories by Rotary Parker and the origami coin cases by Ikiji. Online shopping is available for the duration of the pop-up, and a sister store is also open at Odaiba Aquacity until Jan. 4.
Yuichi Yoshii's new venture, called CityShop, takes the best of both worlds — and then bests them. The two-story building has a glass facade and houses Delicatessen, a restaurant, on the first floor and a clothing and lifestyle goods store upstairs.
Launched in 1983, Moschino has always been a purveyor of wild and quirky style, and it’s now basking in the spotlight. Love Moschino is an offshoot line, with more than enough kitsch in the form of pop-motif dresses and T-shirts, old-timey diner bags and bright iPhone cases.
French couturier Jean Paul Gaultier has teamed up with Seven & I Holdings to produce Sept Premieres, an affordable line of clothing that launched Oct. 1. This is the first designer collaboration for the company, which owns Seibu & Sogo Department Stores and Ito Yokado, 67 outlets of which will sell the line.