In late 2017, the influential Japanese label Visvim opened its first womenswear boutique inside a charming and airy Victorian house. Designer Hiroki Nakamura’s chic, utilitarian wares include high-rise leather moccasins and timeless Zen-meets-rugged Native American craftwork. There’s also a mix of minimalist Japanese furniture, antique pottery, and tribal kimonos. The takeaway: Collections normally reserved for city slickers and celebrities (Kanye is a fan) now have a market among desert dwellers, too.
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