New York based multi-brand fashion retailer Intermix is adding two West coast boutiques to their 26 store family throughout the U.S. and Canada.
Brothers Khajak and Haro Keledjian opened the first Intermix in Manhattan’s Flatiron district in 1993, with a new approach on clothing retail. The duo focuses on evolving the personal style, and presenting a vigilantly edited range of cosmopolitan styles to a wide range of clients at all price points.
The Keledijan brothers want to expand their point of view within the L.A. market, and expose their west-cost clientele to exclusive emerging and established designer labels while celebrating each customer’s personal style.
Locations will be opened in both Beverly Hills at 400 North Beverly Drive and the Brentwood Country Mart at 225 26 Street. Each boutique offers a unique shopping experience.
The Beverly Hills locale, opening in April, features a classic “Old Hollywood” feel. The boutique boasts silver palladium Travertine marble, hand-finished pearlized plaster walls and brushed stainless steel dividers, making the space simultaneously sophisticated and glamourous.
The Brentwood boutique, opening in March, goes for a more laid-back atmosphere, while simultaneously maintaining the luxury the brand strives to offer customers. The existing wood-frame band structure along with antiqued metal fixers and gray-leather table tops give off a chic rustic vibe.
Whether you are looking for wardrobe staples or something unique and chic for an L.A. night, Intermix offers both for whatever style you sport.