TOKYO — Opening Ceremony has relocated its flagship here to a smaller space on the city’s trendy Cat Street in the Omotesando district.
A cluster of mannequins sporting eyeballs for heads greet shoppers at the entrance to the 13,000-square-foot store, which covers four levels. It stocks a host of labels such as Acne, Proenza Schouler, Rodarte, Carven, Alexander Wang and Sophie Hulme and up-and-coming Asian brands like Japan’s G.V.G.V. and South Korea’s Fleamadonna. The store also carries a bevy of exclusive merchandise, including a line of lingerie designed by model and actress Kiko Mizuhara, Yoko Ono’s provocative men’s collection and a special range of colorful Adidas apparel and sneakers.
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