Jimmy Choo opens the largest store in Japan in the Tokyo's Ginza district
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Jimmy Choo opens the largest store in Japan in the Tokyo’s Ginza district

Jimmy Choo opens Japan's largest store in Tokyo's Ginza district, with lavish designs by Harry Nuriev and exclusive fashion collections that embody luxury and artistic collaboration.
December 9, 2023

Jimmy Choo is proud to announce the opening of its largest store in Japan in Tokyo‘s Ginza district, a spectacular space spanning over 3,200 square feet (297 m2) on two levels.

This remarkable new store is not only a shopping destination, but an embodiment of Jimmy Choo’s commitment to artistic collaboration and exceptional design. In collaboration with Harry Nuriev, the acclaimed founder and Creative director of Crosby Studios, the store’s interior design is a sight to behold. Inspired by Jimmy Choo’s pop-up store on Avenue Montaigne in Paris, the Ginza store features an open floor plan that creates an immersive and luxurious shopping experience.

The ground floor of the store is a haven for women’s fashion, offering an array of Jimmy Choo’s famous shoes, handbags, eyewear, leather goods, soft accessories, fragrances and a special selection from the bridal collection. A unique highlight is the exclusive capsule collection created to celebrate the store’s opening, featuring the Bon Bon handbags and the Ixia 95 heeled pumps, adorned with gold-plated orchids and crafted in elegant black satin.

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Ascending the store’s double-height staircase, customers reach the second level, dedicated to Jimmy Choo’s men’s collection. This area is designed to feel like a secret storeroom, with a 200-foot sofa lining the denim-blue room, offering a unique and intimate shopping experience.

Sandra Choi, Jimmy Choo’s Creative director, expressed her excitement about working with Nuriev, praising his ability to capture the essence of the brand and create a space that embodies simplicity and beauty. Nuriev’s design approach transforms the traditional back-of-house concept into a luxurious retail haven that pays homage to the minimalist design principles of Ginza.

In addition, the store proudly offers Jimmy Choo‘s made-to-order service, allowing customers to personalize their shoes or handbags, adding an extra layer of exclusivity and personal touch to the shopping experience.

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