Adidas Y-3 store, Beijing

June 25th, 2011 by retail design blog

Last Friday, the high-end and entirely awesome Y-3 branch of adidas opened its fifth freestanding location in Beijing, setting up shop at Shin Kong Place and offering a full assortment of the Yohji Yamamoto designed Fall line. The new expansive space in Beijing’s top luxury mall also marks the 30th Y-3 store in mainland China, as the demand across the country for the capsule collection continually grows. The first Y-3 boutique in China opened in 2004. Take a look at the newest location below, that makes use of contrasting hard black and white lines.





http://solecollector.com/Sneakers/News/adidas-Y-3-Opens-Fifth-Freestanding-Beijing-Location/

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