KRISVANASSCHE store by Ciguë, Paris

August 23rd, 2013 by retail design blog

Lost, perhaps, amidst Paris’ recent Fashion Week festivities was the opening of KRISVANASSCHE‘s first signature boutique. Located at 16 Rue Saint-Roch, the sleek, 750-square-foot space is a medley of crisp white walls, metal shelves, mirrors and parquet floors — an aesthetic described by the designer as “luxurious industrial.” The Belgian-born Van Assche, who is also the creative director of Dior Homme, worked with architectural firm Ciguë on the boutique’s design and intended the space to be “a very masculine environment.”

The Paris store — a milestone for the nine year-old label – will house Van Assche’s Fall 2013 collection and also coincide with the brand’s first foray into e-commerce. Take a look at KRISVANASSCHE’s Paris boutique above.

























http://shadesofclass.com/en/style/krisvanassche-paris-store-opening/

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