Dover Street Market L.A. Re-Opens for its Spring/Summer SeasonAuthor:Abigail Stone
Dover Street Market, a fashion forward and unique 15,000 sq. ft space, houses some of the most innovative installations from various collections, brands and collaborations. Located in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles in the Arts District, the converted warehouse spread across two buildings, re-opens its doors to the fine people of LA for the 2019 Spring/Summer Season.
The re-opening on Saturday, January 12th followed their bi-annual shut down called ‘New Beginning’, where Dover Street Market closes its doors to the community twice a year for two straight days in both January and July.
Artists and designers take this special time as an opportunity to redesign and reconfigure their spaces at Dover Street Market, highlighting and shining light on new introductions and collections. “This unprecedented change is a prime example of Dover Street Market’s ongoing atmosphere of beautiful chaos,” says co-founder Adrian Joffe.
New collections and updated spaces include: Comme des Garcons designed by Rei Kawakubo, Maison Margiela Tabi, Jil Sander, Random Identities, Doublet, Brain Dead, Simone Rocha, Raf Simons, Suzanne Kalan and Jacquemus. Nick Atkins launched new vinyl in the Better Gift Shop space designed by Avi Gold and new footwear launches from Nike X Cav X Empt and Martine Rose in the Nike space as well as Converse Gold Le Fleur takeover in the Sneaker space. Idea also debuted an exciting new publication from Gucci titled ‘Dapper Dan’s Harlem‘.
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