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Issey Miyake Osaka store opens in Semba

A new Issey Miyake Osaka store has opened in the city’s Semba district that once prospered as an important waypoint for ships and boats.

World-first Homme Plisse Issey Miyake flagship opens in Tokyo

The world’s first flagship store dedicated to the Homme Plisse Issey Miyake label has opened in the Tokyo suburb of Aoyama.  The 225sqm space was designed by Tokujin Yoshioka in a distinctly minimalist Japanese style heavily dominated by bare concrete.  Space at the rear of the shop houses a pleating ma…

Good Goods Issey Miyake concept opens in Tokyo

Japanese fashion designer Issey Miyake has opened a new “Good Goods Issey Miyake” concept store in Daikanyama, Tokyo.

The rise and rise of Spendless Cosmetics

Spendless Cosmetics founder Leza Parker talks of her journey from stay-at-home mum to running a US$50 million online beauty business.

Issey Miyake Japan goes traditional in Kyoto

Issey Miyake Japan has established a boutique in Kyoto, in a preserved traditional machiya (townhouse).

Issey Miyake opens second Ginza flagship

A second Ginza flagship store has been opened by Japanese fashion brand Issey Miyake.

Issey Miyake Italy opens first store

Issey Miyake Italy has opened its first store – in Milan.

Shiseido perfume ambition revealed

Shiseido perfume sales growth will take it into the world’s top five within five years.

New retailers to open at Marina Bay Sands

Along with more brands and concepts, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands is expanding its children’s brand line-up.

New Louis Vuitton perfumes – after 70 years

Louis Vuitton perfumes are available again, with seven choices for its first fragrance launch in 70 years.

Siam Discovery about to launch ‘retail revolution’

After a $113 million overhaul, Siam Discovery re-opens in Bangkok this month as a “hybrid retail development”.

Miniso stores set global retail record

Japanese fashion retailer Miniso has had explosive growth, last year raking in sales worth more than $769 million.