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LN-CC: A New Way to Shop

Late Night Chameleon Cafe is an innovative retail concept. Both a physical store space, housed within an art based installation, and an online store, LN-CC offers its own individual interpretation of luxury, redefining the perception of modern retailing in a personally curated way.

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Late Night Chameleon Cafe is an innovative retail concept. Both a physical store space, housed within an art based installation, and an online store, LN-CC offers its own individual interpretation of luxury, redefining the perception of modern retailing in a personally curated way.

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Featuring an international selection of brands, from mainline designers such as Valentino, Gucci, Lanvin or Stella McCartney, through to young new talent, LN-CC presents brands that are advancing the importance of technology and eco-aware items that have an expression and environmental impact like no other. This feeling and vision continues throughout the whole concept: the product, the re-cycled shop fit and the all-natural drinks offering in the LN-CC bar and club space.

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The beautiful LN-CC London store, viewable by appointment only, is an evolving platform of curated ideas that encompasses menswear, womenswear, music and books. The store consists of individual product rooms, a library, record store, gallery and a club space for private events, featuring a state of the art sound system.

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Hard-to-find and exclusive vinyl is shown alongside out-of-print and first edition books, whilst a selection of audio hardware from some of the most innovative brands and emerging pioneers of sound is always expanding.

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The LN-CC space is located down a sloped alleyway to the right of the main building, accessed via a door buzzer, which you must ring to gain entry, having made your appointment.

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10:00am to 18:00pm Mon – Sat
11:00am to 16:00pm Sun
Closed on all UK Public and Bank Holidays.

To make an appointment, just contact their stylists at store@ln-cc.com with your preferred time and date, and they will be in touch to confirm.

LN-CC
The Basement 18-24 Shacklewell Lane
Dalston, London, E8 2EZ
www.ln-cc.com

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