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Opening Ceremony's Awesome London Store Looks Like A Giant Lite-Brite

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    Our go-to for covetable, eclectic, no-one-else-has-it goods, Opening Ceremony, just opened their brand-spankin'-new London pop-up this very morning! Susie Bubble got the scoop with some amazing pictures that have us halfway to the airport already ... wallets in hand.

    The new shop has a lyrical staircase, bright white walls, and colorful geometric panels adorning the ceiling. The color palette creates a perfect backdrop for the real star: all the amazing clothing, shoes, and accessories. We're sure Londoners will be sad to see this one go when it inevitably pops down, but for now, it's sure to be the hottest spot in town, aside from ... why do we feel like there's something else going on in London? Something big? We just can't remember ... oh yeah, the upcoming Olympics — the very reason OC opened up across the pond and the event responsible for this precious thing. Sounds like a match made in heaven! (Style Bubble)

    Photos: Courtesy of Style Bubble.

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