Here's a First Look Inside the Upcoming Off-White™ Tokyo Flagship Store

Peek inside the shop before it opens July 9.

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Virgil Abloh’s OFF-WHITE brand will be opening a new flagship store in Tokyo, Japan–alongside its other locations in Hong Kong, Korea and China. The new shop will be located in the affluent district of Aoyama which is also where high-end label stores such as Maison Kitsuné and Acne can be found. Family New York’s Dong Ping Wong took the helm in designing the studio space, called “SOMETHING & ASSOCIATES,” which pulls inspiration from the financial district in New York City. As you browse through the photos above, you will observe a vast assortment of OFF-WHITE apparel and accessories.

The shop is slated to open to the public on July 9. Find its address below.

“SOMETHING & ASSOCIATES” c/o OFF-WHITE TOKYO
5-2-13 Minami-Aoyama
Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0062
JAPAN

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