Archive for the ‘fashion’ category

Mackage flagship store by Burdifilek, Montreal – Canada

May 17th, 2016

Backlit, wall-to-wall photography of Canada’s rocky mountains, sculptural marble displays in the shape of icebergs and trim black racks with thin marble shelves articulate each zone.

Valentino men’s store by David Chipperfield, Singapore

May 17th, 2016

Terrazzo flooring and matching wall panels form the sleek backdrop of custom-made timber furnishings, massive marble displays and wall-mounted clothing racks in shiny brass.

A.P.C. store by Laurent Deroo, San Francisco – California

May 16th, 2016

Narrow, deep, and as said, with high ceilings, the space was stripped of anything ornate to show off the dimensions in their purest form. Playing on this depth, a number of presentation alcoves counter the corridor effect, while also highlighting items from the collection.

Olive des Olive store by curage design office, Shanghai – China

May 16th, 2016

Olive des Olive store by curage design office, Shanghai – China

Deviations store by Ito Masaru Design, Yokohama – Japan

May 14th, 2016

Deviations store by Ito Masaru Design, Yokohama – Japan

Silvian Heach flagship store by Fabio Caselli Design, Milan – Italy

May 13th, 2016

The Marble Concept is complemented and accompanied by fine materials such as champagne galvanised gold hanging rails, shelf finishes in glossy black chrome, freestanding platforms and furnishings, transparent crystal, retro varnished glass in white and drawers in wood treated with stripped finish.


Olive des Olive store by curage design office, Oyabe – Japan

May 13th, 2016

Olive des Olive store by curage design office, Oyabe – Japan

someday showroom by Konrad Knoblauch, Sindelfingen – Germany

May 13th, 2016

Using only three materials – solid oak, velvety painted surfaces in cream colours and powder-coated metal – a harmonious and flattering world of colours is created.

Bottega Veneta Maison, Los Angeles – California

May 12th, 2016

Selfridges womenswear department by Neri&Hu, London – UK

May 12th, 2016

Although presented as one department, the different types of clothing are displayed in their own spaces. Each uses similar materials in a variety of ways, particularly for furniture, fixtures and display racks.

Olive des Olive store by curage design office, Tokyo – Japan

May 11th, 2016

Olive des Olive store by curage design office, Tokyo – Japan

Makalu store by ZAMEK DESIGN, Warsaw – Poland

May 11th, 2016

ZAMEK DESIGN created an exclusive image of their boutiques, with walls following a broken polyline pattern, paired with unique lighting which reflects the dynamic forms of the walls.

DICE sculptural installation by OPENSYSTEMS Architecture, Shanghai – China

May 11th, 2016

Dice acts as sculptural installation and, at time, become furniture as well as display areas. The installation reflects light from different angles crating a playful interaction between the customers and the shop and enhance the clients’ shopping experience.

made store by curage design office, Ehime – Japan

May 10th, 2016

made store by curage design office, Ehime – Japan

Story Sarona store by Dan Troim, Tel Aviv – Israel

May 10th, 2016

The sense of connection between the different areas is also emphasized by using the same basic materials, such as iron, wood, marble, glass and brass, and only changing the language of the design.

Vistula store by ZAMEK DESIGN, Kalisz – Poland

May 9th, 2016

As a result of using dark, cold grey and black colour scheme, the interior obtained a look of men’s studio. Materials were inspired by both raw, industrial forms of Tate Modern gallery in London and classical approach of Rembrandt.

Triple-Major store by Triple-Major Studio, Shanghai – China

May 9th, 2016

Its retail spaces in Shanghai, Beijing and Chengdu are completed with fashion labels, independent publishing, and other art and design objects from across the globe. Triple-Major also fills its annual calendars by hosting seasonal exhibitions, events and showrooms.

Chanel store by Peter Marino, Osaka – Japan

May 9th, 2016

Referencing the private apartment feel, the store is divided into several intimate rooms, each with a different homey setting and decorations.

Another Branch store by curage design office, Yokohama – Japan

May 7th, 2016

Another Branch store by curage design office, Yokohama – Japan

OSKA store by INK interior architects, Sydney – Australia

May 6th, 2016

The OSKA woman exudes a contemporary, yet pared back style with a slight crisp edge. Each collection has a strong focus on fabric and texture, whilst light draping and menswear inspired silhouettes creates an effortless balance to feminine wardrobe staples.