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Karl Lagerfeld Creates His Version Of The Apple Store [Pics]

Karl Lagerfeld Creates His Version Of The Apple Store [Pics]
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The designer has opened a pop up concept store that is equipped with social media dressing rooms and wearable cash registers.

Ross Brooks
  • 23 may 2013

Karl Lagerfeld has called for the services of branding agency Emakina to create a new concept store in Amsterdam. First and foresmost the store is a chance to experience and buy collections from the designer, some of which are limited edition collaborations with other famous names.

The fitting rooms are where the store offers a very unique feature, the ability to capture your own look, apply Karl Lagerfeld filters to it, share the result through social media, and even leave a comment for Karl himself to see what he thinks. This offers a new way for shoppers to sample the designer clothing and find out how friends react before committing to the price tag.

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Employees of the store also wear portable cash machines, meaning they are ready to help you part with your cash when a particular piece is so enticing, you have no choice but to buy it then and there.

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