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Yohji Yamamoto opens on Rue Cambon

Watch out, Coco, there is a new resident at number 4, rue Cambon. Yohji Yamamoto opened up his Paris flagship store not too far away from a mythical Paris address (actually 4 rue Cambon was a Lina's sandwich store before, quite the funny contrast), and people are invited to step inside a white box, designed by British architect Sophie Hicks, picking up the concept of the Antwerpen and New York main stores.
Light is filtered into the store by a paravent of white folded paper sheets.







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2 Responses to “Yohji Yamamoto opens on Rue Cambon”

  1. # Blogger ratatouille's archives

    Bonjour! Cedric,
    The window "dressing" is very unique, clean and very beautiful!...Once again!
    Merci, for sharing!

    DeeDee ;-D  

  2. # Blogger Unknown

    I love the photos. Real good imagination.  

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