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Inside the New, Two-Story Intermix Underneath the High Line

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Intermix definitely plans to make the most out of its new, High Line-adjacent location. The two-story, 2,500-square-foot space takes a luxe-industrial cue from the tourist walkway, mixing metal ceiling art and chunky wood fixtures with high-end touches like posh purple couches. The elevated park's steel structure even operates as a design element, just in case anyone forgets that there's a reclaimed railroad overhead.

Tourists should appreciate the selection, which includes the best of Intermix: Trendy but easy-to-wear labels like DVF, Helmut Lang, and Rag & Bone. But the store's sheer size and volume make this worth a drop-by for locals, too. There's a reason BlackBook calls it "Intermix’s most ambitious boutique to date."
· New York Opening: Intermix [BlackBook]
· Intermix Inches into Scoop Territory with New MePa Store [Racked NY]

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