Jul 20, 2017 | By Samuel Trotman
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We’ve been watching Jason Denham’s empire growing healthily over the years, and after opening stores in both East London and Tokyo the next venture on the map is Osaka, Japan. The Denham brand has had a strong following in the Land of the Rising Sun, so we were not surprised to learn of this growth.
Jason has shunned the traditional downtown hipster shopping grounds and has opted instead for Namba Parks, an upscale megamall/office complex in the south of the city, to set up shop.
The store follows the basic principles Jason has employed in his other outposts: his trademark tailor’s scissors serve as the brand logo as well as a beautiful garment display, and vintage artifacts pair with archival military clothing (from which the label infamously draws inspiration for the modern day). We especially love the oversized scissors propped up on one wall.
Denham’s new store carries the brand’s full Men’s and Women’s collections plus select seasonal items.
Location: 2-10-70 Namba naka, 4th floor
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