Slotted right on the busy thoroughfare of Shinjuku Dori is http://levi.com” target=”_blank”>Levi’s newest standalone storefront in Tokyo, Levi’s Store Shinjuku. Far from just another flagship store, Levi’s Store Shinjuku also marks the label’s return to basics and its traditional roots. No heavy reliance on collaborative projects, like the http://freshnessmag.com/2009/11/29/levis-fenom-metallic-disco-flannel-western-shirt/” target=”_blank”>Fenom line with Hiroshi Fujiwara or those infamous http://freshnessmag.com/2010/07/11/ichiro-suzuki-levis-collaboration-denim-version-4/” target=”_blank”>denim designs from baseball star Ichiro Suzuki. Instead, Levi’s Japan is hoping to regain its place along side other premium denim labels, with the Shinjuku retail location as a starting point. Classic and vintage appointments throughout the store, designers took pain to match every details from furnishings to light fixtures. All the careful preparations are to accentuate the classic offerings from Levi’s Red Tab, http://levisvintageclothing.com” target=”_blank”>Levi’s Vintage Clothing, and http://levismadeandcrafted.com” target=”_blank”>Levi’s Made & Crafted lines. Thus, making it the only store in Japan to have the most complete Levi’s product portfolio. Lastly, it is also one of only five locations worldwide to offer a tailor shop within, where you can customize any purchases you made to your liking.
Levi’s Store Shinjuku
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Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo Japan