By  on June 27, 2007

NEW YORK — When the Stella McCartney flagship at 429 West 14th Street in the Meatpacking District reopens on Thursday after being closed for remodeling, consumers will find a very different store. Gone will be the dirty pink fabric wall with romantic painted images of animals and motifs from past collections. Also gone will be the opposite wall, made of bone-colored ceramic, floral-shaped tiles.

In their place, large architectural petals made of polished edge metal plates will dominate the 4,000-square-foot store, representing the first example of the company's new retail prototype.

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