Gaijin Paris opens a pop-up store dedicated to Japanese fashion

  • Hugo Tannieres
  • 1 year Ago
  • Clothing

Like the Empty Room temporary store opened during the last Fashion Week, Gaijin Paris pays tribute to Japanese designers with the 3rd edition of their pop-up.

While the first one is exclusively interested in vintage pieces, Gaijin Paris compiles just as much great fashion designers and ready-to-wear brands, found straight from Japan. Project started recently, the previous editions hosted in the heart of le Marais have been a great success, demonstrating a real passion for Japanese fashion. Comme des Garçons, Undercover, Issey Miyake, sacai, Yohji Yamamoto, Number (N)ine will be part of it, but also ready-to-wear from Beams or United Arrows for smaller budgets. Finally kimonos and noragis far from the brandings will be proposed in order to perfect this itinerant journey of fashion in the country of the Rising Sun.

This Gaijin Paris pop-up store is to be found from 12 to 17 March in Paris at 20 Rue Saint-Claude in the 3rd arrondissement. Find some pieces to tease you on the online site.

Hugo Tannieres

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