Fashion boutiques

To celebrate a fashion concept store winning World Interior of the Year at Inside 2016, we've highlighted the ten examples from clothing boutiques with a new Pinterest board.
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Family designs instagrammable record and clothing store with polycarbonate partitions

Family designs instagrammable record and clothing store with polycarbonate partitions

Acne is the latest design brand to favour pink for interiors, using it to colour the ceiling in its new Milan store

Acne Studios opens pink-ceilinged flagship store in Milan's Brera district

Acne is the latest design brand to favour pink for interiors, using it to colour the ceiling in its new Milan store

Together with Axel Arigato creative director Max Svärdh, the architect was keen to deliver a "new experience for customers", doing so through the introduction of yellow-coloured accents.

Christian Halleröd uses yellow accents for Axel Arigato Gallery in Stockholm

When designing this pop-up store for fashion brand Axel Arigato, Christian Halleröd brought colour to the minimal space with yellow windows and fur seats.

Halleröd, the architect behind the brand's London flagship store, was brought on board to design the Axel Arigato Gallery in the Bibliotekstan shopping district of Stockholm.

Christian Halleröd uses yellow accents for Axel Arigato Gallery in Stockholm

When designing this pop-up store for fashion brand Axel Arigato, Christian Halleröd brought colour to the minimal space with yellow windows and fur seats.

When designing this pop-up store for fashion brand Axel Arigato, Christian Halleröd brought colour to the minimal space through yellow-tinted windows and bright fur seats.

When designing this pop-up store for fashion brand Axel Arigato, Christian Halleröd brought colour to the minimal space through yellow-tinted windows and bright fur seats.

Massimo Dutti In Mexico City by SMA

A patchwork of patterned, fibreglass panels wraps the exterior of this three-storey boutique for fashion brand Massimo Dutti, designed by SMA.

A patchwork of patterned, fibreglass panels wraps the exterior of this three-storey boutique for fashion brand Massimo Dutti

A patchwork of patterned, fibreglass panels wraps the exterior of this three-storey boutique for fashion brand Massimo Dutti, designed by SMA.

A patchwork of patterned, fibreglass panels wraps the exterior of this three-storey boutique for fashion brand Massimo Dutti

A patchwork of patterned, fibreglass panels wraps the exterior of this three-storey boutique for fashion brand Massimo Dutti, designed by Mexican firm Sordo Madaleno Architects.

Dark metallic screen covers Massimo Dutti store in Mexico City by SMA

Image 21 of 38 from gallery of Massimo Dutti / Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos. Photograph by Jaime Navarro

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