Louis Philippe flagship store

December 21st, 2011 by retail design blog

Louis Philippe flagship stores create a home for its three lines Luxure, Louis Philippe and LP Louis Philippe, offering a modern shopping experience with a sense of luxury. The facade and interiors reflect the sophistication, elegance & grandeur that are pillars of the brand’s culture.

The dark walnut wood paneling surrounded in leather upholstery and luxurious carpets provide an opulent and plush backdrop for the formal & tailoring sections. In a lighter setting the look and feel of the sportswear section is youthful and fresh, always with a sense of elegance. Each section is carefully curated with distinct lifestyle elements, pieces of art & artifacts blending Louis Philippe’s sophisticated taste with classic modernity.

The store design is all about showcasing the merchandise in the best way, while balancing the sense of space & intimacy. The fixtures and lighting have been designed to emphasis on design details and style elements. The endeavor is to create an environment of culture, of craftsmanship and uniqueness of product, combined with the luxury of personalized service and help patrons make an informed choice.






























PHOTO BY: Roshan Lal
VISUAL MERCHANDISING TEAM: Srivatsa M., Divya Krishna, Sidheesh Sidharthan, Gitanjali Talwar
PROJECTS TEAM: Neelabh Maitreya, Krishna Rdm
COMPANY DETAILS: Madura Fashion & Lifestyle (Aditya Birla Nuvo Ltd.)

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