SoHo in KL: DKNY’s Pavilion store gets a design overhaul

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By Wei Yeen Loh

SoHo in KL: DKNY’s Pavilion store gets a design overhaul

DKNY recently celebrated the reopening of its store in Pavilion, Kuala Lumpur with an interior overhaul that reflects the evolution of the brand. Taking inspiration from its New York SoHo store, the redesigned 1,372-square-foot store sports juxtaposing themes of hard and soft with black glass walls and white painted brick making up most of the space. The neutral colour palette complements the theme as well, with black, white, gray, and warm accents of wood alongside white beams and elements of mirror and concrete throughout. 

Spot a clean, aesthetically-pleasing visual display that highlights the shoes and handbags, along with details of DKNY’s home city on its front window display—including a striking New York subway bench in a vivid shade of taxi cab yellow. Don’t forget to check out the brand’s Spring 2017 collection too, currently available in stores.


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