Tayler store by kplus konzept, Dresden – Germany

December 11th, 2015 by retail design blog

What started in Leipzig in the 90s with the sale of fashion from a container has long become the established Leipziger Multilabel concept Tayler. Their new store in Dresden Centrum Galerie is now the twelfth store in the East of Germany and the second whose store design concept stems from our pen.

The combination of glamour, baseness and dynamics can be found in the interior design, as well as in the fashion sold in Tayler Stores: Selected trend brands in all price segments from basic to premium is the strength of the multi-label. Who comes shopping here does it for “Sex, Success and Good Looks,” that’s the Tayler Slogan.

Subtle references to the former “Residenzstadt Dresden” can be found throughout the store. Whoever looks closely at the cash out area recognizes the Semper Opera on a cool concrete background, and in the premium segment, inspired by the city’s coat of arms, black and gold are used in the design: not only sexy, but also glamorous in this city!

Designed by kplus konzept
Photography by kratz photographie

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