Nudie Pop-Up Shop in Deli, Seattle

June 25th, 2011 by retail design blog

Nudie recently did a pop-up shop in Seattle, Washington at Deli Seattle. Inside the shop, was the theme “Meat Locker.” The interior was kept minimal, just like an actual meat locker. There were chains, steel tables, and concrete floor. There were also some unique detail that was placed on the floor, a painting of dripping blood going down a drain. I think it is a unique one, that some how worked because of the theme. Also the event showcased work by Seattle artist Justin Kane Elder and a back mural by Frankie Juarez.

Now for the denim, they showcased pairs containing hard worn washes, bleached down shades and countless variations of deep blue tone. Nudie also showed styles from their shirt line including music inspired tees and shirts developed in stripes, checks and twills. You can check out images of the pop-up shop below.











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