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Lift écru

Address Promenade 1F 17-5 Daikanyama-cho Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan
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Resembling a bleak showroom, Lift écru is your destination if you're seeking out high-end fashion labels that follow a dark color palette. Easy to find, as it's in the Daikanyama Address Promenade, which is connected directly to Daikanyama Station.

You'll predominantly find foreign brands here (think LUC, m.a.+, etc.), but unfortunately at a higher price than you'd expect in Europe or North America. They also stock some Japanese brands, such as Individual Sentiments, The Viridi-anne and others that fall into that dark aesthetic.

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