- Sara Ehlers |
Los Angeles - Off of Melrose Avenue, Tokidoki has closed its doors. The Japanese-inspired brand has posted a sign in its window directing shoppers to another relocation.
The Los Angeles-based company opened this particular location seven years ago. According to Apparel News, the shop was seen with a sign on the door stating its closure. The store is known for its innovative, Japanese art-inspired apparel, accessories, handbags and more. The brand has been known for its colorful cartoon character designs as well its vibrancy and uniqueness. Prices range up to 188 dollars for certain apparel and accessories items.
Headquartered in Los Angeles, the colorful brand was founded in 2005 by designer Simone Legno and partners Pooneh Mohajer and Ivan Arnold. Currently, there is no official statement on the store’s shuttering, although FashionUnited has reached out for a comment. Currently, the brand’s co-founder and CEO Pooneh Mohajer is traveling on business. However, she will reach back with a confirmation when she in back in the Los Angeles area.