Bodega's Los Angeles Flagship Store Mimics the Mini-Mart Style

 - Mar 12, 2018
References: rowdtla & highsnobiety
Boston-based streetwear store Bodega recently celebrated the opening of its new Los Angeles flagship store. The interior design is thematically derived from actual bodegas—in the broader sense of the word, used to describe Spanish, Latin or Hispanic mini-marts. The shop also boasts an actual Bodega-like interactive component inside.

The store spans a spacious 8,000 square feet area with "an assortment of contemporary apparel, sneakers, accessories and more," as Highsnobiety describes.

Known to celebrate diversity and cultural fusion within the streetwear fashion scene, Bodega's Los Angeles flagship store lives up to its reputation. The label actively explores art through the lens of fashion, which has "resulted in [its] operation of an award-winning art gallery," as well as a good-natured middleman who brings art and culture to its expansive and youthful consumer base.

Photo Credits: Bodega