Details about the show have not been revealed yet, but it will give Giorgio Armani the opportunity to fête the renovation of its Armani/Ginza Tower, the label’s Tokyo flagship store located in the chic Ginza district, which is set to re-open on March 21. It isn’t the first time that Giorgio Armani shows in the Japanese capital. The label held a show there in 2007, the year in which the Armani/Ginza Tower was inaugurated.
Japan and its capital continue to arouse much interest with luxury labels and designers. Last November, Valentino staged a two-day event in Tokyo culminating in the co-ed show for its pre-Fall 2019 collection, celebrating the label’s revamped Ginza store. In the same month, Louis Vuitton showed for the first time in Tokyo with its menswear pre-collection, designed by Kim Jones.
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