The boutique carries the entire SKKN by Kim collection, from skincare to home decor
The design studio Perron-Roettinger created a pop-up boutique in Los Angeles for her skincare and homewares brand SKKN Kim Kardashian. In the minimalist aesthetic boutique, inside the Westfield Century City mall, the brand presents its products for the first time – in the physical world.
“The SKKN boutique is all about raw materials – bold, large blocks of stacked raw material – inspired by an abandoned quarry I once visited,” studio co-founder Willo Perron told Dezeen. “All the different plaster and cement finishes echo the emphasis on nature’s raw materials,” he added.
In the 123 square meter space, household goods and skin care products are displayed in curved recesses in the wall or on sculptural benches made of gray cement and plaster. The room is flanked by two large portraits of the TV star.
“Just in time for the festive season, the pop-up boutique will offer customers a luxurious shopping experience of a lifetime, featuring the entire SKKN by Kim collection – from skincare to home decor,” said the brand.
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