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Loveless

This raved-about trilevel shop is a sight to behold: Its airy upper floors carry more accessible items, like Goyard bags and Cacharel dresses, but downstairs things have a baroque-industrial vibe, from the purposely rust-stained walls and black-crystal chandeliers to the Goth- and biker-influenced clothing.
From Tokyo's Aoyama neighborhood store listing.

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Prada

Utterly jaw-dropping, this may just be the most visually arresting store in all of Tokyo. The facade looks quilted (it's encircled with bubbly panes of glass), and inside awaits Prada's full line in an entirely white, spaceship like environment.
From Tokyo's Aoyama neighborhood store listing.

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From the lotus-blossom-filled basins to the cedar-planked exterior, this shop has a quiet elegance that extends to the many impeccably tailored, uncommonly detailed classics, including blazers, shift dresses, and A-line skirts.
From Tokyo's Aoyama neighborhood store listing.

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Allodi-R

The Japanese have a healthy appreciation for all things French, and this sleek clothing and music shop covers the bases: Its garments come from emerging Parisian designers, while the CD selection is overseen by top French DJs.
From Tokyo's Shibuya neighborhood store listing.

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Anateliér

Understated clothing with clever details, like a basic cardigan with purposely misaligned buttons, is Anateliér's forte, and this mix of the classic and unexpected makes for pieces that rise above the trends.
From Tokyo's Shibuya neighborhood store listing.

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Baby Jane Cacharel

A number of internationally known labels have lower-priced spin-off lines available only in Japan. Baby Jane is Cacharel's contribution, and its designs are generally punchy, bold, and well-tailored.
From Tokyo's Shibuya neighborhood store listing.

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Beams

Mixed-label boutiques are referred to as "select shops" in Japan, and Beams is the best known of the bunch. Its Shibuya flagship scatters multiple departments among a cluster of buildings.
From Tokyo's Shibuya neighborhood store listing.

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Desperado

Things here have a surreal, intentionally rule-breaking feel, from the inventive clothing—jackets meant to be worn upside down; jersey knickers so full that they could be mistaken for a skirt—to the interior, where antlers serve as display hooks and a walk-in shower doubles as a dressing room.
From Tokyo's Shibuya neighborhood store listing.

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Heathen

Shopping here is a trippy experience: Dolls with illuminated eyes watch from the window; the only way to traverse the store is along a winding gangplank (avant-garde garments from European lines like Ashish and Mélodie Wolf hang from racks that follow its path); and everything is bathed in rainbow-colored light.
From Tokyo's Shibuya neighborhood store listing.

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Journal Standard

Neutral tones, modern takes on traditional Japanese shapes, and soft natural fibers predominate among the carefully selected clothing from small designers.
From Tokyo's Shibuya neighborhood store listing.

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