A Look Inside the New RIPNDIP Tokyo Flagship Store

With Lord Nermal welcoming you at the entrance.

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The Tokyo flagship store of Los Angeles’ emerging streetwear brand RIPNDIP is opening on Saturday, February 9 along with the launch of an array of limited edition items.

Located on the Meiji Dori Avenue in the heart of Harajuku, the store stands out among others within the central shopping district with its eye-catching entrance. The iconic white cat, Lord Nermal raising its middle finger, rests atop the entrance while flowers with cat faces which sit on both sides of the door resonate the playful vibes of the label.

Showcasing apparel and accessories repertoires throughout the two-storied flagship store, the pure white interior is ornamented with repeating cat graphics on the carpet, ceiling and mirror. Browse the shots above and make sure to check out “RIPNDIP TOKYO” as soon as it opens.

In related news, Cherry Los Angeles unveils ski-themed “APEX” collection.

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