Fashion Store Can Be Assembled Together Like Tetris
The interior of the space features fitting rooms that slot together to create a large stairway
In order to make a retail and design statement, one store in Los Angeles’ Arts District is selling its fashion line on display units that fit together like building blocks. Frankie, a relaunch of the iconic fashion brand Frankie B., set up their flagship shop in an old warehouse that’s designed to match the sort of funky floor units you’ll find inside; it’s painted with a mural of black-and-white shadows and stripes that could only indicate that marvelous art pieces are housed inside.
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