Alexander McQueen opened this week its first flagship store in Tokyo in the district of Aoyama district. The new store which covers 390 sqm on two floors was designed by creative director Sarah Burton and David Collins Studio.
Inside the new Alexander McQueen flagship in Tokyo, the brand cites “flora and fauna, real and imagined; the warped perspective of Francis Bacon’s paintings of Popes; the Surrealist artist HR Giger; the Eighteenth Century salon and Rorschach ink blots; primitivism, the human skeleton and the female form” as inspiration for the space.
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