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London’s Dover Street Market is a hub of innovative and unusual fashion, but just as the collections chang,e so do the interior spaces.

Every January and July, the market operates a ‘tachiagari’ where the store shuts entirely for several days and then reopens looking like quite a different animal.

DSM Hutbox
The DSM Hutbox

Designers are invited to host individual spaces, and many come personally during Tachiagari to re-work their areas.

For DSM’s latest incarnation, which opened yesterday, Phoebe Philo installed the Celine space on the second floor, Alber Elbaz has designed the Lanvin area, and a new Hussein Chalayan space has been created, inspired by traditional Japanese puppet theatre called Bunraku.

Here is a selection of our favourite parts of the new store.

Edited Black Comme des Garcons
Edited Black Comme des Garcons space designed by Rei Kawakubo

Egg at DSM
The iconic egg comes to the Fourth Floor

Hussein Chalayan
New Hussein Chalayan space inspired by traditional Japanese puppet theatre Bunraku

Lanvin Space Third Floor
Alber Elbaz’s latest creation for Lanvin

Nemeth
Exhibition space dedicated to the artwork of the late Tokyo based British fashion designer Christopher Nemeth in the Basement

Nicholas Kirkwood Third Floor
Nicholas Kirkwood on the third floor

Paco Rabanne
Window designed by Paco Rabanne featuring the iconic le69 bag.

Dover Street Market is open Monday to Saturday at 17-18 Dover Street, London W1S.

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