Juicy Couture, London

Phillip Johnson, Juicy Couture's Director of store design and visual services

Phillip Johnson, Juicy Couture's Director of store design and visual services

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Testuser First floor

First floor

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The beauty counter on the ground floor

The beauty counter on the ground floor

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The original 18th Century staircase

The original 18th Century staircase

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The taxidermy receives a makeover, "like a rock star and his girlfriend have come to live in a Georgian town house" explains Johnson

The taxidermy receives a makeover, "like a rock star and his girlfriend have come to live in a Georgian town house" explains Johnson

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Johnson commissioned traditional toile wallpaper to be made, inserting the odd LA motif too

Johnson commissioned traditional toile wallpaper to be made, inserting the odd LA motif too

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Handpainted guards make for a very British Gulliver's Travels-themed window display

Handpainted guards make for a very British Gulliver's Travels-themed window display

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Handpainted guards make for a very British Gulliver's Travels-themed window display

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The ceiling's plaster centrepiece was moulded from an original in the next door Hartnell Building

The ceiling's plaster centrepiece was moulded from an original in the next door Hartnell Building

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The original marble floor remains from the 1760 townhouse

The original marble floor remains from the 1760 townhouse

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When the plasterboard was removed from the former gallery space, it revealed the original painted wood ceiling, intact

When the plasterboard was removed from the former gallery space, it revealed the original painted wood ceiling, intact

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Fashion Features Editor

Jack Moss is the Fashion Features Editor at Wallpaper*. Having previously held roles at 10, 10 Men and AnOther magazines, he joined the team in 2022. His work has a particular focus on the moments where fashion and style intersect with other creative disciplines – among them art and design – as well as championing a new generation of international talent and profiling the industry’s leading figures and brands.