Japanese brand Tomorrowland just opened the doors of its first US location at 476 Broome Street in New York City –and it is a blast! The brand, rare to find in Europe and the US, choose an approximately 325 sqm pre-war building with revamped Doric columns and a large skylight overhead. The furniture is made up of a combination of white oak framing and antique bronze, while the natural oak floor is partly covered by green-and-white stripy rugs.

Apart from Tomorrowland’s men and women collections, the store in New York will also sell a selection of apparel and accessories from Japan and around the world. Other in-store labels are Jean-Paul Knott, Knott, Knott Men, WANT Les Essentiels, Shihara, Satomi Kawakita, Sirisiri, Hum, Kimoto Glass, Laurence Bradant Edition, Archivia, le typographe, and Arquiste.

Hiroyuki Sasaki, founder of Tomorrowland in regard of the opening: “Our goal has always been to be an international company, and this year felt like the perfect time to expand to the U.S. It was an organic development and a very natural progression for the brand.”

476 Broome Street
New York, NY 10013 USA