The Latest International Men’s Shop Openings
- Kempt Staff
With the news that Red Wing just opened up their first brick-and-mortar shop in the UK today, we thought it prudent to survey the international menswear scene once again.
Since we last checked in, a whole new batch of men’s shops have opened up across the world—from Paris to Shanghai—and we’ve gone ahead and rounded them up for our latest update to your already dapper international rolodex of men’s shops.
Herewith, your guide to the newest men’s shop openings across the globe.
Red Wing, London. The venerable American footwear brand is putting boots on the ground on London’s Newburgh Street.
17 Newburgh St London, W1 7RZ
Band of Outsiders, Tokyo. The first permanent home of Scott Sternberg’s upcycled American sportswear features rotating racks and displays that all pivot from a central beam called “the Monster.”
1F RF Building 2-5-1 Sendagaya Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Carven, Paris. The French brand that made a splash at Pitti Uomo last year has finally opened its first standalone menswear shop.
30 Rue de Sévigné 75004, Paris
10 Corso Como, Shanghai. The Italian concept store mixes haute design with feng shui, stocked with labels like Lanvin and Maison Martin Margiela.
1717 W Nanjing Rd Shanghai 200040
BSTN, Munich. Owned and operated by the design duo behind Beastin, which trades heavily in Euro-streetwear vibes.
Landsberger Str 183 80687 München
J.Crew, London. Because sometimes you need a dose of good old American prep when you’re across the pond.
38 Lambs Conduit St London, W1