To celebrate a fashion concept store winning World Interior of the Year at Inside 2016, we've highlighted the ten examples from clothing boutiques from Dezeen's Pinterest boards that have been the most pinned.
Accessories are displayed in wall niches inside Italian fashion house Bottega Veneta's boutique, which was inspired by Spanish colonial revival architecture. Creative director Tomas Maier teamed arched openings and smooth surfaces with a neutral, earthy material palette to emit a light and airy atmosphere.
Garments are hung from a ceiling of geometric shapes in this fashion boutique in Kuwait by architecture studio Massive Order. They form both a functional merchandise area and a window display to entice customers into the store.
British designer Max Lamb contrasted gold metal walls with sculptural furniture and a black asphalt floor inside Acne's latest retail space in New York City. Bright rugs complement structural pillars that are decorated with colourful, semi-precious stones.
The pared-back concrete interior of this Tokyo fashion boutique keeps the focus on garments on display. Alongside rows of strip lighting, Japanese studio Schemata Architects hung a steel pipe frame for the clothes to dangle from. A gigantic window allows the interior to be entirely visible from the street.
To create a luxurious aesthetic inside this Bangkok shoe store, Barcelona studio External Reference modelled its design on a bank vault. Shoes are hidden within golden deposit boxes spanning walls next to a grand vault door featuring the Spanish footwear brand 24 Kilates's logo.
The second Acne store on our list was designed by London architect Sophie Hicks, who applied a minimalist style to the Swedish fashion brand's flagship store in Seoul. Clothes are displayed on thin metal rails against freestanding polycarbonate walls, which contrast with exposed board-marked concrete columns.
Cubic wooden display podiums are dotted around this shoe store in Tokyo by Japanese interior designer Soichi Mizutani. It takes the form of a white cave comprising triangular pieces of plastic bolted together to resemble the unusual shape of the brand's footwear.
Tokyo-based studio Curiosity was commissioned to create this one-off fashion boutique in the wealthy Aoyama district of Tokyo. Theatrical lighting spotlights products by Dolce & Gabbana, which are arranged around a dramatic golden staircase that stands out against matt-black walls.
This Los Angeles fashion boutique features moveable elements that can be used as display stands and changing rooms. When all brought together, the pieces also form seating for events held in the white-washed space, designed by local firm Bureau Spectacular.
Shoes are displayed upon plinths made from giant pieces of terrazzo inside this minimal boutique in Soho by architect Christian Halleröd. It features a simple palette of concrete, metal and mirrored surfaces to complement a white colour scheme.