Saint Laurent Opens Its Largest Store in the World in Tokyo | SENATUS



Saint Laurent Opens Its Largest Store in the World in Tokyo
By SENATUS News | 8 December 2015

Fashion label Saint Laurent, which has seen its fortunes rise after Hedi Slimane took over and infused it with his energy and Los Angeles vibe, has now opened its largest store in the world in Tokyo.

The boutique spans 10,000 square feet and is located on the famed shopping street of Omotesando, with interior decor consistent with the minimalist look of black marble, glass, brass and black leather, and carries Saint Laurent’s full line of ready-to-wear, leather goods and accessories for men and women.

To commemorate the opening, the store will be selling limited-edition Saint Laurent surfboards designed with Los Angeles-based artist Lucia Ribisi. Only 10 are available throughout the world at a price of US$6,615.

3 Photos | View Photos

Cryptocurrency & NFT

Cristiano Ronaldo Signs Landmark Deal with Crypto Exchange Binancr

Watches & Jewelry

Lisa Fronts New Bulgari Campaign, "Unexpected Wonders"

Dining & Travel

TUDOR is Official Timekeeper of Orchard Road's Christmas on a Great Street 2021

Dining & Travel

Zouk Group Opens New Omakase Restaurant at Clarke Quay

Dining & Travel

200 TRUNKS 200 VISIONARIES in Singapore

Fashion & Style

RIMOWA Never Still | A New Era of Travel

All Rights Reserved. SENATUS © 2022

SENATUS is a registered trademark of SENATUS PTE LTD. The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or used otherwise, except as expressly permitted in writing by SENATUS.