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Puma Brings the Subway Above Ground and Into Its Soho Store

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Puma's Broadway store has gotten a facelift, and most notable are the new dressing rooms, inspired by the mosaic tiles of the original New York City subway system. The athletic brand worked with Imagine Tile to recreate the Houston and Broadway stops, which is fitting for their Soho address.

The floor-to-ceiling tile is punctuated with the brand's logo and bright red accents, giving it a locker room feel. Perhaps you'll be inspired to work in some double-steps next time you're jolting up a flight at Broadway-Lafayette.
· Imagine Tile [Official Site]
· All Puma Coverage [Racked NY]

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