NEW YORK — Shopping for luxury goods has long been a tactile experience.
And for Albert Kriemler, designer and owner of the Swiss fashion house Akris, creating a New York flagship that reflected a sensuous aesthetic was key. As a man who prefers to sketch with a piece of fabric in hand, the designer was intent on having shoppers “feel” the space.
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