Dover Street Market in London
They still exist. Stores worth traveling for. Stores whose salesrooms make a visit an experience through their individual design, atmosphere and range of products. Dover Street Market in London ….
After the entrance, it is best to turn right immediately to the elevator and go to the top floor. The Rose Bakery is waiting there. At lunchtime there is a small, fine selection of salads, a soup and a fish dish.
After that, you just have to choose one of the delicious cakes like Lemon&Rose Polenta or Chocolate&Orange Polenta Cake and enjoy it with an excellent coffee or tea.
Thus fortified, wander through the staircase and discover on each floor a firework of imaginative staging by young, not yet well-known brands such as Sacai, Thom Brown, Palace Skateboards and Molly Goddard, but also selected pieces by Azzedine Alaia, Céline, JW Anderson, Vetements, Dior or Balenciaga.
The store is the vision of designer Rei Kawakubo, who founded Comme des Garcons in Tokyo in 1969 and continues to fascinate with intelligent, imaginative fashion.
Together with her husband Adrian Joffe, Rei Kawakubo has now opened a larger version of Dover Street Market in Haymarket, near Piccadilly Circus, after years of a smaller version on Dover Street.
All brands wishing to be represented at Dover Street Market will be required to consider an exceptional, artistic presentation of their wares. The spectrum ranges from cool, to shabby chic, to the noble staging of transparent closets or display cabinets that seem to come from the former Kunstkammer in Vienna.
In addition to fashion collections by Commes des Garcons and other designers, there are select conceptual jewelry pieces that are rarely found elsewhere.
A visit to Dover Street Market will inspire and refresh all your senses and all the clothes you buy there will surely be a good investment.
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