Following a redesign, Japanese retailer Fake Tokyo has unveiled plans that they will be converting one floor of the space into a dedicated Raf Simons archive store. Taking over the basement, the “RS ARCHIVES” concept space will comprise of a curated selection of Simons’ pieces reflecting a certain era or concept.
The first display in the space will focus on Raf Simons’ works from the early 1990s. As well as the Raf Simons-focused space, the first floor will feature a multi-brand selection including 99%-IS, Gosha Rubchinsky and SIRLOIN. The second floor will be the new “CANDY/“ concept space and will mix fashion labels with non-fashion projects, with a large selection of books from London-based IDEA.
The new Fake Tokyo store is set to open on May 18th. Let us know what you think of this idea down in the comments section below! In related news, a batch of rare Stüssy grails just surfaced at H BEAUTY & YOUTH.