Tokyo has long been renowned for its fashion, style and design, and the new Fendi flagship store in Japan is here to add to its already esteemed reputation. Named Palazzo Fendi Omotesando, it is the brand’s largest boutique, combining Italian luxury with Japanese modernity. Here are five reasons why you should make sure to visit Palazzo Fendi Omotesando when in Tokyo.
The Palazzo Fendi Omotesando’s impressive façade is a modern reinterpretation of classic Roman patterns. It features a combination of geometric diagonals and finishings reminiscent of the Palazzo della Civiltà Italiana, Fendi’s Rome headquarters. Meanwhile, the interior design highlights Fendi’s codes and dualism tradition, combining rough concrete at columns and beams with luxurious touches of marble, champagne metal, and steel, accented with plush carpeting.
The Largest Selection of FENDI Products in Japan
The 855 square meters flagship store is the brand’s largest boutique in Japan. It spans three levels, one basement and two above-ground. The ground floor houses women’s leather goods and accessories, and for the first time, it also features Fendi’s Kids’ Collection. The basement floor is dedicated to the men’s collection, while the second floor features women’s ready-to-wear, shoes, and furs. In addition, as Japan’s first concept boutique, Palazzo Fendi Omotesando offers Fendi Home Décor and Lifestyle Accessories, as well as Fendi Casa pieces.
Hi-Design Pieces from Arno Declercq, Roberto Sironi and Oeuoffice
Apart from Fendi products, the store also offers a variety of Fendi Casa furnishings paired with exceptional hi-design items by Arno Declercq, Roberto Sironi, and Oeuoffice. At the ground level, Arno Declercq constructed three brown and blue patinated steel totems and three display tables of African walnut wood. Additionally, a bench and a mirror from Roberto Sironi’s Ruins collection are on display on the second floor, and so is Oeuoffice’s Pinac dining table in the unique ready-to-wear and fur room.
Fendi Home Decor and Lifestyle Accessories Collection
Fendi goes beyond fashion, offering home decor and lifestyle accessories Including Fendi Casa pieces. Palazzo Fendi Omotesando is Japan’s first concept boutique to showcase the collection, making it an ideal destination for design enthusiasts who appreciate the beauty of Italian craftsmanship.
Environmentally Sustainable Boutique
In addition to its remarkable design, the Palazzo Fendi Omotesando has also received the distinguished LEED sustainability certification for its environmental awareness. This flagship store has cut down on its CO2 output and energy utilization while improving the interior air quality by introducing primary air in all areas and putting in CO2 and VOC sensors.