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When we last took a peek inside OAK's under-construction Beverly Boulevard boutique in May, the street art-decked space had yet to receive its monochromatic makeover. As if we weren't hyped enough for the NYC-based brand's second LA outpost, the Aussie-faved minimalist cool label has spared us the sneaky photo shoots and revealed the latest progress at their space.
Like OAK DTLA, the 6,000-square-foot space features floor-to-ceiling windows, bright white walls, and concrete flooring; but unlike their first location, the interiors boast wood accents and the front patio will be transformed into a cool garden hangout area. (Perhaps that's the "unique personality" they were referring to?) The grand opening date has yet to be set in stone, but Oak tells us the shop could open by or before mid-August.
· OAK NYC [Official Site]
· Here's a Peek at OAK NYC's Soon-to-Open Beverly Blvd Shop [Racked]
· OAK NYC's Beverly Boulevard Boutique is Opening Next Month [Racked]
· OAK NYC's Minimalist and Monochrome Mecca Opens in DTLA [Racked]
· American Apparel Snaps Up Cool NY Shop Oak, Eyes LA Spaces [Racked]