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Kazuki Kuraishi-affiliated retailer Heather Grey Wall is set to open its doors in Shanghai next week, bringing its well-curated selection of wares to the vast — and deep-pocketed — Chinese market. Known for its substantial assortment of both Japanese and international labels like CASH CA and A.FOUR, as well as recent collaborations with post-prep menswear designer Mark McNairy, the retailer’s newest store follows a recent expansion that was preceded by a new location in Taiwan. The opening ceremony for Heather Grey Wall Shanghai will take place on January 9, with Kuraishi and personalities like CLOT’s Edison Chen and Orange Range frontman Hiroyama Naoto set to make an appearance. Shoppers will also be presented with an exclusive selection of merchandise that was produced to commemorate the opening day festivities.