Archive for the ‘fashion’ category

CANDIDA store by Christopher Ward Studio, Foggia – Italy

March 22nd, 2017

The project scores the ambitious “smart and easy” goal of the architect and ownership. CANDIDA megastores, designed by Christopher Ward Studio, already opened in Naples Grandistazioni and Foggia, Bari, Salerno and is expanding to other regions from south to northern Italy.

Louis Vuitton store renewal by Jun Aoki and Peter Marino, Hong Kong

March 22nd, 2017

Upon entering the premises, plush settings by Peter Marino, another longtime collaborator of the luxury brand, unfold across two expansive floors, featuring a string of homey seating arrangements surrounded by custom-made shelving, displays, and curated pieces of art.

Deleon Store by The Wall, Buenos Aires – Argentina

March 21st, 2017

A small street gives the perfect environment for this design, based in the simple lines and the use of white, back and copper in different ways. We’ve chosen the materials based on the simplicity and minimal design, but taking care of the textures.

CDZ fashion brands collection store by A3 VISION, Taiyuan – China

March 18th, 2017

Four different designing style brands with a same topic are collected in a same space, do not purposely pose to shield the positive effect of fashion trends, also do not yield to negative effect of mass aesthetic.

Jacqueline store by Studio PLP, Ho Chi Minh City – Vietnam

March 17th, 2017

Jacqueline store by Studio PLP, Ho Chi Minh City – Vietnam

Balenciaga shop-in-shop, Tokyo – Japan

March 17th, 2017

Following last year’s launch of a new Balenciaga boutique in Los Angeles and a very recent much-publicized revamp of its flagship store on rue St.-Honoré in Paris, a shop-in-shop has been added at Matsuya’s prestigious Ginza flagship.

Issey Miyake store relocation by Tokujin Yoshioka, Zurich – Switzerland

March 15th, 2017

Tokujin Yoshioka, the Tokyo-based architect who has created interiors of many Issey Miyake boutiques across the planet, has designed a setting that hinges on an intricate balance between a futuristic aesthetic with clean lines, captured by coloured aluminum panels, and the building’s original architectural details.

Balenciaga store by Gonzalez Haase, Paris – France

March 14th, 2017

Following last year’s launch of a brand new Balenciaga boutique in Los Angeles – the first major retail endeavour under the supervision of the Georgian designer – its flagship store at homebase Paris has now been fully revamped according to the latest design codes.

Novelty store by Anagrama, New York

March 11th, 2017

In our treatment for the space, pink tones and height fluctuations along geometrical shapes compose a new style for the brand’s interior design. With the use of various materials including metallic laminant and marble we were able to converse a fluency and depth feeling on to the physical space.

ZARA Flagship store by Matteo Thun + Partners, Milan – Italy

March 8th, 2017

The concept for the entrance installation has been designed as a timeless flexible tool for giving the different frequently collections attractive stages throughout the year. Before ZARA selected the beautiful 4.000 sqm space from the thirties and converted it into the ZARA Flagship store in Milan, the building hosted a theatre and later the “Astra” Cinema for many years.

Marcelo Burlon Pop-Up store, Tokyo – Japan

March 8th, 2017

Starting out with a hailed line of T-shirts with exuberant and exotic yet street-cred designs, Burlon gradually expanded his collection to a complete men’s wardrobe, and is now testing the water for further expansion into the retail arena. Not shy of a challenge, he has turned to the savvy Japanese market, and opened a standalone pop-up store in Tokyo’s upscale shopping area of Aoyama.

CABaN Hayama store by David Guarino, Kyoto – Japan

March 7th, 2017

The retail space expresses the theme of a luxury resort, boasting a warm atmosphere thanks to the use of natural materials — primarily wood — used throughout. The French-born, Japan-based creative turned to his previous work on the waterfront CABaN café, lounge and terrace, by employing the palettes he used in that build to construct the supporting columns found throughout the lifestyle shop.

Bunulu store by Little, Estero – Florida

March 6th, 2017

The interior store layout is a metaphor for the breaking waves that inspired the angled layout of the fixtures. Fixtures are clustered in stories – much like campfires around which customers gather along the shoreline. A signature deep aqua resin concrete flooring defines the area for the sandbar and customer service.

Wonder Room boutique by Nendo, Bangkok – Thailand

March 6th, 2017

Now enlarged to a sizeable 200 sqm. [2,153 sq.ft.], the Wonder Room flaunts a graphic palette of bold multi-coloured stripes as a backdrop of studio prerequisites such as a canvas frame, easel and photo frame.

Salire by switch lab inc, Osaka – Japan

March 3rd, 2017

Salire by switch lab inc, Osaka – Japan

Jacqueline store by STUDIO PLP, Hanoi – Vietnam

March 2nd, 2017

Jacqueline store by STUDIO PLP, Hanoi – Vietnam

Karen Millen stores by Brinkworth, UK

March 2nd, 2017

To date, Brinkworth has created a prolific portfolio of more than 400 individual stores, spanning 60 countries, which cements this as one of the longest and most successful working relationships within the retail interiors industry.

A02 store by Purge, Beijing – China

February 28th, 2017

There is a shop mascot named “Little Black”, created by A02. She is a confident and playful cat. A02 store becomes her cozy living space.

Catalog store by Purge, Macau – China

February 27th, 2017

Our designers simply use black and white to symbolize dreams and realities. The form of curve and straight lines represents the route while DAYDREAMING. Different brands are clearly and neatly defined against two contrast back drop color – Black and White.

Surendri flagship store by Sorted Design Studio, Gurugram – India

February 27th, 2017

On the other hand the inverted runways with mannequins on the ceiling, the pac-man light gives a contemporary feel to the entire setting as well as reflects the designer’s experience and existence in the modern Indian fashion industry.