Comme des Garçons, the Paris-based Japanese boutique which has been variously described as a "fashion guerrilla boutique" and headed up by Rei Kawakubo, has assembled an exhibit to be shown at its Dover Street store in London to celebrate "40 years of imagery," says Dazed and Confused Magazine.
The exhibit is called 'Printed Matter,' and the medium used for display is a series of painted boxes which seek to embody the company's spirit of unconventional concepts and philosophy.
The Argentinian collective "Mondongo" is in charge, for the most part, of creating these displays and concepts, which are sometimes dark and sexually charged.
Printed Matter will be on display at Dover Street Market until November 22nd.
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