When your store is drawing in even fickle fashion-industry experts, you know you must be doing something right. This Daikanyama boutique, hidden on a side street near Hachiman-dori, stocks a range of vintage items (mostly by Maison), including antiques, revamps, lingerie, shoes, out-of-print art books and vintage European posters.
It’s strictly womenswear, and carries some heavy-hitting labels such as Chanel, Hermès, YSL and Celine, as well as 1970s and ’80s retro wear. The interior of the boutique has a modern Parisian charm to it, and the store’s director Seiko Miyazaki switches the main display to a new theme every month to keep things fresh and exciting.
We appreciate the informative labels tagged on each and every piece, which tells you the decade your item comes from and if it’s antique, vintage or reconstructed. For something truly unique, don’t overlook the shop’s one-of-a-kind remake pieces. Made specifically for Eva, the collection includes fashionable blouses constructed from antique tablecloths to roomy handbags made from beautiful silk scarves.