Stradivarius flagship store, Osaka.

Stradivarius, the global woman’s fashion and accessories brand, opened its flagship store in Osaka’s Shinsaibashi shopping district. This marks the brand’s 900th store worldwide and the seventh in Japan.

The new Stradivarius store has a retail space of 720 square meters spread over two floors and will feature Stradivarius’s latest A/W collections.

STRADIVARIUS Osaka flagship store

The new store will showcase the brand’s latest image which brings together opposing styles – including industrial and romantic – in an open, modernist space. Light is one of the most important aspects throughout the store and on the façade – bright, tall windows of over seven meters in height invite the attention of passers-by.

The space dedicated exclusively to accessories has been especially highlighted. A unique component designed specifically for the Shinsaibashi store is the striking central staircase leading to the upper floor. Architectural leadership has been used to create this key feature which is made of Yugoslavian white marble with iron balusters and wood railings.

To celebrate the opening of this flagship, Stradivarius invited fashionable young women to preview the new bright space. The soundtrack to the night was provided by DJ HICO and DJ Fanky Kow and guests were given a first glimpse of Stradivarius’ new in store magazine The Event Paper.

About Stradivarius and Inditex

Stradivarius is the global young women’s fashion brand of Inditex Group. Stradivarius’s fashions suit a lifestyle full of trends and creativity. Its stores are feminine and magical and create a unique shopping experience. Stradivarius’s garments and accessories are designed in Spain and are distributed exclusively in its stores worldwide. Stradivarius is present in 60 countries, and with the addition of the Osaka flagship there are now 900 stores worldwide. Stradivarius is owned by the Inditex Group, one of the largest fashion retailers in the world. In addition to Stradivarius, Inditex has 7 other brands: Zara, Pull&Bear, Massimo Dutti, Bershka, Oysho, Zara Home and Uterqüe. Inditex has more than 6,600 stores worldwide in over 88 markets.