The renowned London fashion store Dover Street Market has completed its latest transformation.

The space is famous for stocking some of the biggest names in fashion in a unique environment, where installations and art blend seamlessly with the items for sale.

The transformation, a bi-annual event and known as 'Tachiagari', sees the store close down for a few days while the interior is reworked in collaboration with designers and invited artists. For Spring/Summer 2011, there are numerous exciting new additions.

The window has been designed by Paco Rabanne, featuring the iconic le69 bag, marking the re-launch of the brand with three unique styles exclusively made for Comme des Garcons.

Other highlights include a new sneaker space designed by artist Micheal Samuels and Alber Elbaz's latest creation for Lanvin. There is also an exhibition space dedicated to the artwork of the late Tokyo based British fashion designer Christopher Nemeth.

Meanwhile, the iconic egg comes to the fourth floor.