Bernard Dubois incorporates nightclub references into Courrèges' Paris store

Thick carpets, mirrored panels and fabric-covered walls populate this clothing store in Paris designed by Belgian architect Bernard Dubois.

The 232-square-metre boutique is located near the Champs-Élysées and belongs to Courrèges – a Parisian label that was launched by fashion designer André Courrèges in 1961.

Courrèges’ second store in Paris was designed by Bernard Dubois

Optimistic and full of energy, the late designer’s creations placed emphasis on structured lines and featured a predominantly white colour palette.

For the brand’s flagship store, Courrèges‘ artistic director Nicolas Di Felice asked Dubois to create an interior that blends this distinctive visual language with subtle references to nightclubs.

Its interior is lined in fabric

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