Pop-up store for Stella McCartney by Giles Miller | Dezeen
London designer Giles Miller has created a pop-up shop for Stella McCartney, spelling out the fashion designer's name in two metre-high cardboard lettering. The shop also features cubes made by laminating corrugated cardboard in different directions and slicing through the layers. It has so far been installed in Paris and London. Photographs are by Richard
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