Maison Margiela Japan has opened a new boutique in the Seibu Department Store in Ikebukuro, Tokyo.
Customers of the fifth-floor store are greeted with marble flooring and walls adorned with lush cotton drapery.
In between merchandise displays are silver chrome and clear glass furniture.
Margiela says its latest Tokyo store combines “Ottoman architectural influences with modernist, industrial furnishing”.
The French luxury fashion house, headquartered in Paris, was founded in 1988 by Belgian designer Martin Margiela. It is known for its luxury Italian-made avant garde and deconstructed ready-to-wear and leather accessories.
It has stores in 11 major cities of Japan, along with Hong Kong and Mainland China, South Korea, Thailand and Taiwan.