RIMOWA Unveils Their New Tokyo Flagship Store In Style

RIMOWA CEO, Alexandre Arnault invited guests to a cocktail event to celebrate their new Tokyo Flagship store

RIMOWA Unveils Their New Tokyo Flagship Store In Style

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RIMOWA CEO, Alexandre Arnault, invited guests to a cocktail event to celebrate the opening of their new Tokyo Flagship store.

The weekend of February 1st marked the grand opening celebrations for the first flagship RIMOWA store in Tokyo, Japan. RIMOWA is a leader in premium luggage started in 1898. In 2000 they created the first polycarbonate case on the market, designed in Germany. High-profile guests such as Takashi Murakami, Hiroshi Fujiwara, Emi Suzuki, Ryo Ryusei, and Yu Shirota and many other Japanese culture icons attended the cocktail event at the brand new store in popular luxury shopping district, Ginza 7-Chrome.

Live-painting demonstration by Japanese artist, MAMI

During the event, guests mingled and discussed lifestyle topics and travel. The main attraction was a beautiful dynamic live painting of Japanese calligraphy by MAMI. MAMI is an artist whose work take a modern twist on Japanese calligraphy by implementing elements of hip hop graffiti, thus combining urban culture with ancient linguistic art.

To mark the launch of the first flagship RIMOWA store in Japan, presented was the new luggage handle and tag, exclusively created for the RIMOWA Ginza-7 store in collaboration with Japanese label AMBUSH. AMBUSH is a contemporary artpop inspired label started by couple VERBAL and YOON in 2008. The unveiled luggage tags are made of fluorescent orange varnished leather from Italy and the new AMBUSH travel accessories are apart of RIMOWA’s personalisation range. This range includes customisable handles for RIMOWA Classic Collection, coloured wheels and luggage tags.

RIMOWA CEO Alexandre Arnault with designers of AMBUSH, YOON and VERBAL

Curious about the new RIMOWA Flagship Store in Tokyo and their products? Visit https://www.rimowa.com/ for more information.


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