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Jimmy Choo has unveiled a new design concept for its stores (think the fanciest closet you've ever seen) in Beverly Hills, and word has it that the under-renovation Jimmy Choo in Highland Park Village is next to sport the redesign. Slated to relaunch next month, the new Dallas store will offer both women's and men's shoes, as well as new design features such as "pale chevron-patterned floors, satin gold and rose marble fittings and mink velvet soft furnishings," according to WWD.
"We wanted a feeling of being at home in an exciting place," said Pierre Denis, chief executive officer at Jimmy Choo to WWD. "The richness of the concept is its contrasting materials…a shoe shop is also a place of service, a place of discovery, and that's what we tried to [create]."
· Jimmy Choo Unveils New Store Concept [WWD]
· Jimmy Choo [Official Site]