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Tokyo fashion: Roberto Cavalli and the exclusive Aoyama fashion scene

18 Nov

Tokyo fashion: Roberto Cavalli and the exclusive Aoyama fashion scene

Sarah Deschamps and Lee Jay Walker

Modern Tokyo Times

Roberto Cavalli, Miu Miu, Akris, Bally, and Freitag, have all targeted Tokyo in recent months in order to further expand their global and Japanese operations. Therefore, despite the global downturn and devastating events in Japan related to the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, the fashion scene in Tokyo remains vibrant and continues to expand.

Roberto Cavalli commented that “Tokyo is on the world’s stage of fashion, glamour, and sophistication.  This is a city of energy and inspiration.” This statement is certainly factual because many Tokyoites adore fashion and the sheer vibrancy and diversity of fashion in this buzzing city is amazing. Also, Japanese fashion designers are extremely innovative and each fashion district is unique in its own way.

Roberto Cavalli continued by stating that “I wanted to create a boutique in which elegance dominates, for both women and for men, in a welcoming and exclusive atmosphere, in which each person can totally fulfill their dreams and desires. I have always been extremely interested in Japanese culture…..”

Not surprisingly, Roberto Cavalli picked Aoyama because this exclusive fashion district is awash with exquisite companies from all over the world. Aoyama is famous for being debonair, chic, and extremely sophisticated and this applies to the crème de la crème of Japanese and international boutiques.

Also, architecture, the right ambience, exquisite internal design, shop layout, and other important factors, are essential and this is part and parcel of the fashion scene in Aoyama. Therefore, Roberto Cavalli who first expanded via the department store system in Japan is now focusing on the right synergy to be met in their new flagship store in Aoyama.

The sophisticated scene in this fashion area applies to countless famous boutiques being located in a high octane part of this district. This partial list includes Comme des Garcons, Prada, Gucci, 10 Corso Como, Donna Karan, Loveless, Michael Kors, L’eclaireur, Vivienne Westwood, Issey Miyake, A Bathing Ape, Jil Sander, Yohji Yamamoto, Artisan, Stella McCartney, Paul Smith, Cynthia Rowley, Helmut Lang, Hanae Mori, Mark Jacobs, Tsumori Chisato, Costume National, Carbane de Zucca, Diane Von Furstenberg, Undercover, Frapbois, Design Works, and many other refined companies like Deuxieme Classe.

Also, you have stylish and exquisite shopping stores in this exclusive fashion district which includes Boutique W, Dress Camp, Flair Aoyama, Loveless and other stunning shopping stores. Therefore, Roberto Cavalli picked an ideal location because the proximity of Aoyama to Omotesando, Harajuku and Shibuya means the entire area is awash with creativity, exquisite boutiques, energy, sophistication, changing styles and one long and continuous fashion scene, which would grace any major city in the world.

The flagship store of Roberto Cavalli in Aoyama which opened in September is based on elegance and innovation. True to the character of Roberto Cavalli he made a high octane appearance in early November in Tokyo.

Aoyama clearly is a very refined area for crème de la crème boutiques in buzzing Tokyo and the Roberto Cavalli store is an indicator that the magnet and allure of this mega city remains strong despite the negative global economy.

Roberto Cavalli Aoyama Boutique, SS Minami Aoyama 1/2F, 5-5-4.

http://www.robertocavalli.com/

 www.net-a-porter.com/Roberto_Cavalli

AOYAMA SHOPPING LINKS TO HELP TOKYOITES AND TOURISTS

http://www.japan-hotels.ws/tokyo/aoyama/shopping.htm

http://www.aoyama-net.com/fashionmap/index.htm  – Map of where the fashions companies are

http://tokyofashion.com/tag/aoyama/    – Aoyama fashion

http://moderntokyotimes.com  please visit

 
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