Following a redesign, Japanese retailer Fake Tokyo has announced that one floor of the space will become a dedicated Raf Simons archive store. Taking over the basement floor, the “RS ARCHIVES” concept space will consist of a curated selection of Simons’ pieces reflecting a certain era or concept. The first display in the space will focus on Raf Simons’ works from the early 1990s.
As well as the Raf Simons-focused space, the first floor will feature a multi-brand selection including 99%-IS, Gosha Rubchinsky and SIRLOIN. The second floor will be the new “CANDY/“ concept space and will mix fashion labels with non-fashion projects, with a large selection of books from London-based IDEA. The new store — and Raf Simons archive space — is set to officially open on May 18.
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