Oct 10 2012
If the new Levi’s® store in Tokyo’s Shinjuku district looks different from nearby stores, there’s a reason.
The simple, refined aesthetic sets the store apart. Natural and materials, including wood, leather and metal, are matched with vintage furniture and lamps. Those aspects, along with the resulting industrial look and feel, reinforces the Levi’s® brand’s commitment to sustainability and craftsmanship.
This is our only store in Japan to offer a comprehensive portfolio of our products, including Levi’s® Red Tab, Levi’s® Vintage Clothing and Levi’s® Made & Crafted. And it’s one of only five of our stores worldwide to offer a tailor shop, where you can have your purchases customized to your liking.
If you’re not traveling to Shinjuku, Tokyo soon, perhaps these pictures from the store will hold you until you do.
Posted By: Cory Warren, Editor, LS&Co. Unzipped
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