THE FOUR-EYED is a select shop located on the first floor of a multi-tenant building in Shinjuku's entertainment district.
It will open in the fall of 2016. It's a spot frequented by artists and stylists, and you can get a first-hand look at the current state of fashion culture. It feels more like a trade show for new apparel from around the world than just a clothes store.
The shop's owner, Keisuke Fujita, has a background as a snap photographer, and is also a creator who also does editing and styling.
``Every day, when styling myself or coordinating other people's fashion, I try to be classy no matter how much I wear them.In that sense, J.Press clothes have a traditional image. Because it is at the root of this style, it is an important element in creating a style that exudes elegance."
Today, we had a look at the J.Press jacket, deep-rise slacks, and a cap.
The key point of this day was ``Based on the standard, how can you break it down and express yourself in your own way?'' Mr. Fujita's unique style is that when he proposes outfits on a daily basis, he considers the coexistence of the natural and the unnatural to create a catch that makes them feel like they are two sides of the same coin. THE FOUR – EYED is a multi-brand store on the first floor of a building housing many different kinds of stores in the entertainment district of Shinjuku. It opened in the fall of 2016. It is a spot where artists and stylists like to go and you can directly feel the culture of fashion as it is right now. Rather than just a clothing store, it has the atmosphere of an international trade fair showing new
apparel. Keisuke Fujita, the owner of the shop, has had a career as a snapshot photographer and is a creator who also edits and styles. "I try to coordinate my own style and other people's fashion on a daily basis, no matter how much I dress down in a casual way, I always take the time to be elegant. In this way, J.PRESS clothing is based on the Trad image so it embodies the important elements that create styling with elegance."
Today he showed us the results of such a design with a J.PRESS jacket coordinated with deep low-rise slacks and a cap. The point made today is "how to express yourself by taking a classic design and using it to dress casually." When proposing ways to dress well, Mr. Fujita's style is to consider bringing together both natural and unnatural elements and to capture the way to make them work well together on a daily basis. INFORMATION
2-8-2 Kabukicho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
Palais d'Or Kabukicho 1F