LN-CC is a new retail concept launching this month and John Skelton, formerly the creative and buying eye behind Oki Ni, is leading the project.

LN-CC (Late Night- Chameleon Cafe) will begin as an online-only platform next month but will be followed by a 5,000 sq ft bricks-and-mortar store in East London in October, which will stock  a mixture of Japanese brands such as Sasquatch and Unused and more established designers like Damir Doma and Rick Owens.

Skelton has joined forces with DJ Dan Mitchell of  Bad Passion music collective to launch LN-CC. Set designer Gary Card, will be working on the design of the store, book dealer Conor Donlon and sound engineer Mickey Boyle will also be consulting. The concept space will initially be open on an appointment basis and inside there will be a library, gallery space and a top notch sound system fitted by Boyle for private events.

Can't wait for a new addition to the London cultural landscape.

LN-CC is expected to will sell womenswear

and menswear
and music. A sound system will support an event space
and books

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