New Arivals from Comme des Garçons & More

Under the label Comme des Garçons, Rei Kawakubo brought the Japanese avant-garde to the West in 1981.  A Japanese fashion label whose French name translates to ‘like the boys’, Comme des Garçons loose, asymmetric, monochrome and deconstructed designs paved the way for conceptual fashion. It is said that one doesn’t just look at Comme des Garçons clothing - you experience it.

Since launching the initial mainline collection, Kawakubo has expanded the company to incorporate over 15 different lines, each offering something different whilst remaining true to Kawakubo’s initial vision.  

We are pleased to welcome back ‘Comme Comme’ and Comme des Garçons GIRL, and are excited to introduce the goth-friendly ‘Noir Kei Ninomiya’ to Camargue. 


Nicknamed “Comme Comme” this line is dedicated to basics and providing accessible pieces that still feature Kawakubo’s intensive research and detailed deconstruction techniques.  



Comme des Garçons GIRL 
The Comme des Garçons GIRL line mirrors Kawakubo’s conceptual and ultra-contemporary vision of the mainline collection but with a slightly more feminine twist.  Sweet Peter Pan collars and bows adorn Kawakubo’s distinctive architectural shapes and tailored styles.  



Introdcing a new line to Camargue, Noir by Kei Ninomiya. 

In 2008 Kei Ninomiya joined Comme des Garçons as a pattern cutter, and was then given his own line in 2012 as part of Kawakubo’s desire to nature and grow talent already within the Comme des Garçons family.  With the freedom to be creative and innovative on her own terms, Ninomiya produces highly complex and elegant garments, which as the name suggests, are all black.  

Shop all new Comme des Garçons in store now.



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