Ted Baker Opens First Japan Store

by - Sunday, April 01, 2012



On Friday it was reported within a little area of the press that London based designer Ted Baker opened his first Japan store in Tokyo’s Omotesando, bringing the Japanese his signature quirky British style.   The store design brings together elements of today’s high-tec communications technologies with 1950’s telephones, radios, and typewriters.

  The store is spread over two floors, is decorated with custom-made textured wallpaper, bronze and silk panels, oak and limestone floors, and brown glass penchant lights. Ted brings his signature quirky British style into the store with a London black cab where customers can get their photos taken, and from the back sit they can watch a video of images showing what the city looked like in the 1950’s.


  There is a switchboard and by plugging in cables customers can hear various messages from the designer himself.



The store stocks menswear, womenswear, and accessories collection.



You can shop online and find your nearest store at www.ted.com

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