X-Girl +
Dover Street Market London

X-Girl has teamed up with Dover Street Market for in-store installation to celebrate the launch of a collaborative collection with the renowned American graphic artist Frank Kozik.

The lineup is ranging from apparel; T-shirts and dresses to other small pieces; astray, shot glass and coin case featuring Kozik’s iconic bunny motifs and his designs. Also, the DSMlimited edition DSM x X-Girl logo tees are available to purchase at Dover Street Market London and on the DSML E-SHOP.

BEAMS & CO has assisted with the in-store space building, as well as coordination for PR and marketing.

X-Girl × Frank Kozik Installation

Aug 30th (Fri) – September 13th (Fri)

Dover Street Market
18-22 Haymarket


Founded in 1994 by Kim Gordon of Sonic Youth with her friend, Daisy von Furth, who worked in XLARGE.

They started designs with the concept of “real clothing for girls”, which was the collection of what they wanted to wear.

X-girl continues to offer “real girl’s clothing” – basic styles that are inspired by rock, military, outdoor, sports, and many other street culture factors.


Dover Street Market

Dover Street Market is a world-famous concept store directed by Rei Kawakubo and run by her partner Adrian Joffe.

The store provides a unique selection of the multi-brands, carefully curated and presented in a beautiful chaos atmosphere.

In 2004, they opened its first store in London and now has stores in Tokyo, New York, Singapore, Beijing and Los Angels.


Frank Kozik

Frank Kozik is a Lowbrow graphic artist, based in San Fransisco.

He’s well known for his iconic bunny motifs, and posters for alternative rock bands such as Nirvana, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Offspring and many others.