CLVII store, Berlin

January 26th, 2012 by retail design blog

Germany has been one Europe’s fashion forefronts over the last several years and feeding into the demand of its natives come CLVII Berlin. Gaining a following over the past year from their offerings of street and high-end fashion from brands such as Android Homme, Kidrobot, Pierre Hardy and JoyRich.

The store has multiple rooms, each with it’s own identity. At the front of the store the colorful subway themed sneaker room opens out into a modern gallery; beyond that, a sumptuous living room lies decked out with crystal chandeliers and a marble fireplace. The women are blessed with their own room which has a walk-in closet, dressing table and additional bathroom. The Berlin CLVII store is therefore located in the heart of West Berlin’s city center, near the Kurfürstendamm, which houses every internationally established high end fashion brand.









http://www.limitemagazine.com/2010/04/clvii-berlin/
http://blog.clvii-berlin.com

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