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Brief Published: 20 Jun 2011

Tigertree, Ohio


Established by LA couple Josh and Niki Quinn, new fashion store Tigertree in Columbus, Ohio, has been described by one local fashion enthusiast as "a cross between Paul Smith and a 19th-century five-and-dime store", and it appears to be picking up fans fast.

The store sells established fashion brands like Fred Perry and Ben Sherman alongside up-and-coming labels such as Dear Creatures and Plastic Island, as well as some of the city’s more interesting selections of gifts and accessories.

The shop is decorated with American curios such as an old-fashioned chicken and egg vending machine, and a concrete floor embedded with pennies.

The Quinns – who only intended to spend six months in Columbus on their way back from the east coast to their home in Los Angeles, but liked it so much they decided to stay – are now eager to attract likeminded customers away from the conventional retail epicentres of LA and New York, courtesy of their must-see retail destination.