Japan's Christian Dada enters Singapore
Fashion label Christian Dada has opened its first flagship store in Singapore, marking the Japanese brand's entry debut in the Asian nation.
Located at 268 Orchard Road, Christian Dada's new store covers 1,700 square feet and stocks the latest in fashion and accessories.
Inspired by the Japanese karesansui garden, the store interior was designed by Fumiko Takahama Architects.
The perforated black walls, designed to look like rocks, reflect Christian Dada's iconic deconstructed fashion designs, which use traditional Japanese silk-weaving techniques and yuzen dyeing methods, stemming back to 8th-century Japan.
The luxury label was founded in 2010 by designer Masanori Morikawa.
Prices range from S$70 (US$51.42) for a bandana to $4620 for a jacket with rabbit-fur collar.
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