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In November last year, Issey Miyake opened an extra-large Omotesando shop called “Reality Lab,” which features his more experimental lines all under one roof. These include 132 5., a wearable line of origami-folded clothing cut from fabric derived from recycled PET bottles, and IN-EI, a line of pleated lamp shades and home decor following a similar concept.

With split levels, the shop, just one of now three Issey Miyake spots in the area, has ample space for displays of the popular structured-plastic BAO-BAO bags, while the lowest level houses menswear, including the brand new Homme Plisse label (considered a Pleats Please for men).

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