Archive for the ‘denim’ category

Jacob Cohen flagship store by Area-17, Courchevel – France

December 20th, 2014

Area-17 chose a clever mix of materials and fabric to balance the space. Leather and hand made wood panels for the natural atmosphere and colored steel for the modernism. The mix of color tones and materials brings back the true essence of Jacob Cohen.

Denim Bar Denham store, Amsterdam – Netherlands

November 13th, 2014

Jason Denham’s admiration for Japanese culture is still obvious but manifests in different ways, most notably in suspended antique yoga bars that help display beautiful vintage props from the denim archive.

Denim.lab – Furniture.lab office & showroom by Sander van de Vecht, Netherlands – Nijkerkerveen

September 27th, 2014

Denim.lab – Furniture.lab office & showroom by Sander van de Vecht, Netherlands – Nijkerkerveen

Nudie Jeans Repair Shop, Berlin – Germany

April 4th, 2014

Vintage leather lounge seating takes center stage, while a prominent repair booth station faces the vintage cash wrap. Keeping in line with Nudie Jeans’ signature utilitarian, understated aesthetic, materials utilized are genuine, simple, and have aged with style.

Nudie Jeans Repair Shop, Stockholm – Sweden

April 2nd, 2014

Natural, organic notes continue with the utilization of natural copper – a tribute to the original copper bay window frames – used as a backdrop for Nudie Jeans’ signature imagery and hand painted with brand messages.

DUDE jeans store by Moras Antonios & Karkatselas Nikos, Larissa – Greece

December 17th, 2013

Staying true to the concept the materials used were left kind of unfinished and raw. The steel construction of the shelving system exposed its traces of welding as well as the scratches due to the transportation of the pieces etc as it was not painted or polished by any means.

RIFLE flagship store by David Rossi Design, Milan – Italy

December 6th, 2013

Feature of the store is a huge denim wall and metal sculpture of the RIFLE logo, which is handmade from recycled copper and completely covered with rivets.Other exclusive features are steel tables with recycled wood on top produced by David Rossi Officina.

VF Brand Flagship Store by Restore Solutions, Bangalore – India

October 22nd, 2013

Designed by Restore Solutions, the space derives its inspiration from the biking and American work culture of the 50s, where an interesting play of design elements complete the brand story.

Pepe Jeans concept store by Caulder Moore, Barcelona – Spain

October 2nd, 2013

Graffiti art and language adorn the walls and music comes from resident DJs. The market stall is reinterpreted with acrylic market boxes set against brushed concrete and high-end resin on timber finishes. Fitting room doors in pastel acrylic mimc the house colours Portobello is famous for.

Evisu concept store, Hong Kong

September 26th, 2013

On the following floor shoppers will find the exclusive domain of bespoke denim, a first on the planet for the brand. It comes with a service that allows individual style tailoring with fabrics, fits, details, hand painting and other options.

Denim & Supply store, New York

August 30th, 2013

Outside of trusty blues, you’ll find plenty of wearables bedecked with American flags and camouflage. Pre-tattered details—from festival-style slashed tees to ripped and patched jeans—are another common denominator. Decor echoes the days of yore with requisite vintage trunks, battered wooden tables, and layered rugs.

Pioneer flagship store by HALFMANN MENNICKHEIM & Vizona, Wolfsburg – Germany

August 15th, 2013

The design is based on sustainable materials like concrete and plywood, in combination with smoked glass and bare metal. Fixture details like rubber end-caps with an embossed logo, give the system an authentic, functional look.

Selfridges Denim Studio by HMKM, London

July 18th, 2013

Retail architects HMKM, longtime Selfridges collaborators, restored original architectural details to the space, as well as decking out the shopfit with lava stone display tables, acrylic grid racks and a futuristic neon-blue beam.

Levi’s Iconstore by Plajer & Franz Studio, Berlin

July 1st, 2013

Levi’s Iconstore by Plajer & Franz Studio, Berlin

Nudie Jeans store & Global Repair Station, London

June 26th, 2013

The interior features raw and rustic vintage furniture set against a clean backdrop, giving the store a bright and open feel. With Nudie’s wide range of fits and washes, the store will be the faultless place for customers to find a perfect pair of jeans guided by their denim experts.

Nudie Jeans Concept Store, Brisbane

May 7th, 2013

The 600 sq. ft. modular construction is punctuated with botanic and organic notes – wide open windows and stark white tiling are juxtaposed against recycled Russian elm flooring and a dominating denim wall, complete with old-library-style ladder.

De Rode Winkel store by VEVS Interior Design, Woerden – Netherlands

March 18th, 2013

To give the customer a true denim experience we created a 20 meter long cupboard colored in IKB filled with jeans. This large aluminum structure has two library stairs and presentation bars for hanging jeans.

Levi’s XX store by WoodSmithe, Santa Monica – California

October 28th, 2012

We created classic Vintage denim racks and clean arauco plywood tables, rough sawn white oak shelving and stacked plywood wall hooks. We completed the one night installation with some hand painted logos and the space transformation was complete.

Levi’s Shinjuku store, Tokyo

October 25th, 2012

In Tokyo opened the brand new Levi’s Shinjuku store, a concept store and prestigious retail statement that dramatically raises the denim brand’s profile. The store is located in Shinjuku, one of the city’s busiest shopping areas, measuring 266 sqm.

Wrangler store by Checkland Kindleysides, Leipzig

September 14th, 2012

Iconic denim brand Wrangler has opened a pilot store in Leipzig, Germany with a new retail concept designed by Checkland Kindleysides. This is Wrangler’s first stand‐alone store in Germany, and the first of a new design that is planned to be rolled out across Europe.