Issey Miyake Inc., best known for its wide range of innovative clothing brands, has taken a slightly different approach to its newest store, which opened Sept. 1 in Tokyo’s Daikanyama district.

Set in a futuristic concrete building, Good Goods Issey Miyake’s interior is designed by Tokujin Yoshioka, who has sliced its walls diagonally with delicate green metallic slats that incorporate an unusual display system of interchangeable rods, rails and shelf units. There’s plenty on show in the space, but aside from a few hanging shirts and Good Goods logo T-shirts — there’s not one piece of clothing in sight.

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