Tomorrowland opens first US boutique in New York City
Japan-based fashion label, Tomorrowland announced Wednesday the opening of its first ever US boutique on Broome Street in New York City’s SoHo.
The 3,500-square-foot boutique is designed much like Tomorrowland's Japanese locations. The boutique is a showcase of Japanese craftsmanship, much like the product the brand offers. The interior features a juxtaposition of timelessness and modernity through brass, wood, glass, stone and marble details. The furniture that was designed and created by Japanese craftsmen is a combination of natural white oak framing and antique bronze, and the custom rugs have oversized green and white stripes.
Tomorrowland Founder, Mr. Hiroyuki Sasaki, said on the opening, “Our goal has always been to be an international company, and this year felt like the perfect time to expand to the U.S. It was an organic development and a very natural progression for the brand.”
The SoHo location is split into three shopping area dedicated to accessories, men’s and women’s apparel and a private shopping experience. In addition to the Tomorrowland men’s and women’s collections, the boutique also carries Jeanpaulknott, Knott and Knott Men, Want Les Essentiels, Shihara, Satomi Kawakita, Sirisiri, Hum, Kimoto Glass, Laurence Bradant Edition, Archivia, le typographe and Arquiste.
The Tomorrowland SoHo store is located at 476 Broome Street.
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