Karolina Jasinski and Kora Pridy converted an old Doritos Truck into a mobile shop for their fashion brand Ardillas United. The former Doritos delivery truck was completely gutted and redesigned to become a unique and convenient portable fashion boutique.
The shop itself is a 130 square foot area that is complete with vinyl floors and white walls, mood lighting and change rooms. The white walls showcase each of the 300 fashion items without exterior distractions. Inside the truck the displayed items include jewelry, scarves, clothing, and home décor pieces.
The minimalist design and simplicity of the truck allowed the brand to really focus on its products and creative display methods. By created a mobile shop instead of a brick and motor boutique, the brand can easily cater directly to consumers.
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