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Cult Japanese retailer lands in New York


Another global fashion retailer has made its U.S. debut.

Tokyo-based Tomorrowland , which has a cult following in its home country, has opened a store in the SoHo neighborhood of Manhattan. The retailer, which operates some 160 stores in Japan, is known for its cool fashions, upmarket prices and sleek, minimalist ambience.

The 3,200-sq.-ft. store features the brand’s exclusive men’s and women’s collections, along with a curated selection from several contemporary labels.

The space was designed in-house and features Japanese furnishings made from natural white oak and antique bronze, circular chandeliers and a coffered ceiling, with New York-based TPG Architecture serving as architect of record.

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