Helmut Lang Archive Exhibition at LAILA TOKIO

Check out some of Helmut Lang’s most influential designs if you’re in the Japanese capital.

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Helmut Lang‘s influential legacy and creations will be put up on display in LAILA TOKIO, a high-end vintage concept store. Focusing on the Lang’s archives, the seminal creations of the designer have been influential on contemporary fashion since its inception in 1986. Although the brand now runs without its namesake founder, its designs are still considered a frontrunner in the androgynous minimalist realm of fashion. Running from September 19 to October 14, the pieces will take up the newly renovated Showa space.

LAILA TOKIO
2F, 1-5-11 Shibuya
Shibuya-ku Tokyo
Japan

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