Sunday, February 11, 2007

Comme des garcon, Tokyo

Tokyo
This is the facade of a fashion shop of "comme des garcon" by Rei Kawakubo, a Japanese fashion designer.

The curving wall is impressive and reminds me of Richard Serra, though their feelings are different each other.

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8 Comments:

At 3:45 PM, Anonymous Eric@ParisDailyPhoto said...

I really love how modern this is. But when I read the caption, I was surprised to see that Comme des Garcons was a Japanese designer. I always thought it was French! You never know!

 
At 4:34 PM, Blogger Carol E. said...

Very modern. Looks like where the Jetsons might shop. (TV cartoon family.)

 
At 4:41 PM, Blogger Mimmu said...

After Eric`s comment I have tell this.
When I spoke from Nokia as Finnish,
some my foreign friends corrected me:
Leena, Nokia is Japanese company. He said, that this word sounds Japanese in his ears :)
Buildings of today and yesterday posts are so huge and modern. I think, I could get my neck sore at first there.
Your complaining yesterday sounds very reasonable, but policy-makers never listen :)
Nice Sunday evening to you!

 
At 6:05 PM, Blogger Mandi said...

Looks very space age!

 
At 12:29 AM, Blogger Abe Lincoln said...

Nice pictures. I am trying to figure out if this is one way to share photo experiences with others. My place is not a blog but a website. http://www.oldmanlincoln.com/ then click on photographs. I may not be close to being good enough but I have been taking pictures since 1953 and the only difference is I now use a Canon digital camera. Thanks for reading this and sharing beautiful photographs.

 
At 2:37 AM, Blogger The Wellspring said...

I have to laugh because Carol said the EXACT same thing I was going to say - "looks like where the Jetsons might shop." HA!

 
At 4:08 AM, Blogger Dsole said...

Wow! amazing building! I can't imagine this shop in a street!

 
At 12:35 PM, Blogger Ming_the_Merciless said...

Comme des Garcon has a fabulous store in NYC too. I will try to take a photo of it later this week.

 

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