To better align with the aesthetic of its merchandise, Celine is debuting a new store look starting with its New York flagship that emphasizes spacious, high design reminiscent of an art gallery

Under the management of the new creative director Hedi Slimane, the physical retail spaces of luxury fashion label Celine are receiving a modern refresh.

Showcasing his new direction for the label on the runway back in October, Silmane's vision for Celine is a stripped down, minimalist look that continues the trend of designing retail spaces in a style more reminiscent of an art gallery than a traditional store, emphasizing experience as opposed to just selling merchandise. The space features clean lines, thin stainless steel sculpture, columns of exposed oak and a variety of stone used as extra aesthetic features.

Underlit displays show off goods for men and women as if they were works of art, underscoring the high design and quality of the minimalist brand. This store aesthetic is debuting in New York City and will be coming to select Celine locations worldwide. Ultimately, the redesign is meant to better echo the style of the brand's clothing and accessories, immersing shoppers in the retailer's look and feel.

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Under the management of the new creative director Hedi Slimane, the physical retail spaces of luxury fashion label Celine are receiving a modern refresh.

Showcasing his new direction for the label on the runway back in October, Silmane's vision for Celine is a stripped down, minimalist look that continues the trend of designing retail spaces in a style more reminiscent of an art gallery than a traditional store, emphasizing experience as opposed to just selling merchandise. The space features clean lines, thin stainless steel sculpture, columns of exposed oak and a variety of stone used as extra aesthetic features.