Swedish luxury fashion brand Acne Studios has reopened its Little Bourke Street, Melbourne store after extensive renovations.
The opening coincides with the international launch of its Fall/Winter 2022 women’s collection.
Set within Melbourne CBD, Acne Studios on Little Bourke Street has doubled in size, now spanning 215sq meters.
The new retail space uses a minimalist approach, with the walls and ceiling made of white high-gloss stucco lustro and light grey marble floors with a textural sand-blasted finish.
The interior décor includes dyed blue canvas furniture with a batik pattern, matched with lighting design by Benoit Lalloz.
Designed by Max Lamb, the dyed blue canvas furniture with a batik pattern sits boldly within the store landscape, illuminated with lighting design by French designer Benoit Lalloz.
The in-store look is headlined by a mirrored cube which houses the service counter.
The store features an additional area with a lounge and fitting rooms, providing a private space for clients.
The opening coincides with the release of its FW22 collection, which features a collaboration with Paris-born artist Martin Laborde.
For the Acne Studios collaboration, prints of horses, flowers and fruits are displayed on a long green satin slip dress with tie-up straps (pictured).
The range also includes a sky blue lurex t-shirt dress, white satin shirt, pale blue mesh poloneck, green oversized hoodie, white longsleeve t-shirt, short-sleeve t-shirts in pink or white, cropped white top, white trousers, and square silk scarf.
The Martin Laborde print pieces are available in Acne Studios stores worldwide and online.