Givenchy Opens Tokyo Flagship Store
Givenchy has landed in Tokyo with a new flagship, an opening that comes on the back of the brand’s recent debut in Las Vegas.
Givenchy has landed in Tokyo with a new flagship, an opening that comes on the back of the brand’s recent debut in Las Vegas, the French brand’s first American store since its New York City flagship closed in 2008.
Located in the ONE Omotesando building, the 392-square-meter space is split over three floors, with its design inspired by the global flagship on rue Faubourg Saint-Honoré in Paris.
The facade features a bald strip of raw natural iron, with elegant aluminum mesh and a golden motif and 11-meter high windows.
Inside series of rooms are made up of black burnt oak (to honor the label’s classic haute couture delivery boxes) with womenswear spaces clad in calacatta marble and the menswear sections in grey basaltina volcanic stone.
The store stocks the full Givenchy product lines, including ready-to-wear, handbags, shoes and small accessories.
To celebrate the Japanese opening the company has also produced a monochrome flower-camouflage print version of the Pandora bag.
The limited edition items come with an engraved serial number on a metal plate to mark the Omotesando debut.