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Dover Street Market Beijing Relocates After 12 Years – WWD


SHANGHAI — Dover Street Market Beijing closed its Taikoo Li Sanlitun branch on Friday after 12 years.

According to the store’s official Wechat account, Dover Street Market Beijing will be relocating to WF Central, a luxury shopping mall complex close to the Forbidden City. The new store will open in November.

Dover Street Market Beijing was opened in partnership with I.T Hong Kong, and it is now known as I.T Beijing Market. As Dover Street Market’s only retail outpost in China, the all-white, four-story glass building became a landmark presence in the Taikoo Li Sanlitun North District.

Dover Street Market Beijing’s Taikoo Li Sanlitun location

The store’s brand selection and visual identity stayed in line with the Dover Street Market franchise. The only difference was that the Beijing location was directly connected to a Bape store on its ground floor, which is I.T’s flagship brand.

In 2018, Dover Street Market Beijing was renamed. The name switch was aimed at “making Beijing a part of the DSM community,” and it was not only a business decision, Adrian Joffe, chief executive officer of Dover Street Market, told local media at the time.

A spokesperson from I.T said that the new WF Central Dover Street Market Beijing is…

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