Y-3 corner at Excelsior by ARTE VETRINA PROJECT, Milan – Italy

November 16th, 2014 by retail design blog

This set-up has been created for a corner in Excelsior, as above mentioned one of the most sumptuous shopping store of the area, where accessories and fashion are spread out over five floors. The corner has been dressed in harmony with the trendy and dynamic style of the Japanese stylist Yohji Yamamoto: the brightness of the logo recalls the luminousity of the neon and the manga emphasize the unexpected humor of the collection as well as the Japanese reference of the installation plays with the black and white contrast and the clear shapes of the collection.

Designed by ARTE VETRINA PROJECT

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