Situated in an old Soviet publishing house, Chaos is a concept store located in the rising fashion capital of Tbilisi, Georgia. With large warehouse-style windows, Chaos evokes a true 1970s NYC loft feel with contemporary installations like a skate ramp, a queen-sized bed and a ping-pong table. It's more than just a place to shop—it's a space for the creative youth of Tbilisi to meet and hang out.

Chaos' inventory is focused on urban, young, rough and alternative brands—think Manémané and Ambush—but also features a variety of more clean-cut, contemporary brands like A.P.C. and Lemaire. With both local and international brands, Chaos offers an ideal mix of streetwear and high-fashion all while maintaining a sense of discovery with lesser-known emerging brands. It's become a frequently visited hotspot not only for its aesthetic and offerings but for music and art as well. We sat down with Nini Nebieridze, the mastermind behind the magic that is Chaos, to talk more about opening a shop in a fashion city on the rise.

Photography by Paul Jeong.
Produced by Yael Quint and Beyza Arman.
Special thanks to Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Tbilisi.