2009 July 23
One for the Ages
(NEW YORK) Cameron Silver is certainly one to jet-set, and come August, the Decades impressario has another reason to cash in those frequent flier upgrades. From August 28 through September 26, Decades will operate a pop-up shop in Rei Kawakubo and Vogue Nippon's freestanding store in Tokyo's Aoyama district.
The magazine has been celebrating its 10th anniversary since May 28, and as part of the festivities, it collaborated with Rei Kawakubo to recreate the designer's boutique as a "walk-through" magazine that is endowed a different theme each month. In July, the store is stocked with merchandise from Chanel, Fendi, Loewe, Takashi Murakami, and Martin Margiela that nods to the manga-themed July issue of the book. Come September, Silver will stock the space with exquisite vintage findings while creating a "mini Decades." "We'll have an assortment of 20th-century designer clothing and accessories," Silver revealed. "Lots of Chanel...and color!"
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