Archive for the ‘fashion’ category

Hobbs flagship store by NOW, London – UK

September 26th, 2016

The retail furniture upholstery, lighting and individually commissioned illustrations by Mariko Jesse to the walls all reflect Hobbs British craft focus re-enforcing the brands heritage and authentic British aesthetic.

Dolce & Gabbana store by Curiosity, Tokyo – Japan

September 26th, 2016

Dolce & Gabbana store by Curiosity, Tokyo – Japan

Qwstion store by Christian Kaegi, Vienna – Austria

September 25th, 2016

The offerings straddle various categories of a modern urban lifestyle, featuring not only Qwstion’s coveted bag range, but also a tightly curated range of apparel, shoes, accessories, and eyewear, but also furniture pieces and home objects.

Louis Vuitton store relocation, St. Petersburg – Russia

September 23rd, 2016

On the premises of the new boutique is a special section that features Les Parfums de Louis Vuitton, its newest fragrance collection. And to celebrate the store opening, limited edition shoe models have been released exclusively at the new boutique.

David Jones store by Dalziel & Pow, Wellington – New Zealand

September 22nd, 2016

Upgrades include the addition of escalators, air conditioning and premium fixtures and finishes throughout. Also central to this design is enhancement of the customer experience with inspiring spaces and dynamic visual merchandising.

Pieces store by Dalziel & Pow, Den Bosch – Netherlands

September 21st, 2016

The soft, light and fresh material palette throughout the fixtures and architecture, echo Pieces’ Danish credentials in being both current and timeless.

Saks department store by Found, New York City

September 19th, 2016

The rotunda draws daylight into the building, as well as providing an eye-catching view of the kinetic street spectacle outside. A cylindrical marble tower within the rotunda houses the escalator, while the journey upwards leads into a stepped ‘amphitheater’ populated with mannequins.

Jac+ Jack store relocation by George Livissianis, Melbourne – Australia

September 19th, 2016

The new premises are also bigger, and co-owners Jacqueline Hunt and Lisa Dempsey seized the opportunity to work with architect and longtime collaborator George Livissianis to raise the bar and come up with a subtly tweaked interior design that even better reflects Jac+ Jack’s brand values than its previous boutiques.

Warehouse store by Checkland Kindleysides, London – UK

September 18th, 2016

A single run cast concrete staircase descends into the 183 square-metre basement and lands to face the back focal point of the store. This positioning subtly encourages a journey around the space, allowing you to fully explore key collections before arriving at the fitting rooms.

VER store by Botner – Pecina Arquitectos, Buenos Aires – Argentina

September 16th, 2016

The choice of noble materials, soft pastel colors and a warm overall lighting were among the resources to recreate the resort like experience; a relaxed and enjoyable layout circulation.

Hermès shop-in-shop by RDAI, Amsterdam – Netherlands

September 16th, 2016

Situated in the heart of town smack on Dam square, the ground floor obviously is its main showcase. Infused with slabs of white marble, it’s here where a select number of luxury brands have been granted a shop-in-shop, and not surprisingly, Hermès made the cut.

Off-White store by Family, Singapore

September 15th, 2016

Interestingly, off-white avoids generic retail concepts, and as a consequence the store, officially named off-white ‘windows’,

Chumbak Store V.2.0 by 4D, Bangalore – India

September 14th, 2016

Christian Dada store by Fumiko Takahama, Singapore

September 12th, 2016

Interestingly, the aesthetic draws inspiration from a trip that Morikawa once undertook to Naoshima, an island in the Japanese archipelago that’s well-known for its many contemporary art venues. Upon entering the premises, a sculptural doorway crafted from perforated metal panels signals a futurist design that’s extended inside.

Thakoon store by Giancarlo Valle, New York City

September 10th, 2016

The interior design, created by Giancarlo Valle. The New York-based architect thoroughly redeveloped the premises, retaining pivotal architectural elements such as the steel support beams, while inserting white oak-framed fixtures on either side to add a heightened sense of intimacy to the voluminous space.

Project Aegis store by MW Design, Suzhou – China

September 9th, 2016

The line of sight is easily caught by white stainless steel arch racks hanging down from the ceiling. The intricately stacked dark wooden pallets are fused with the ingenious arrangement of spotlights.

Voda Swim store by MW Design, Taipei – Taiwan

September 8th, 2016

The white wooden frames extend to the white brick wall unevenly on both sides of the store. It was inspired by the waves hitting the shore and then back into the ocean. The whole store uses only white colored materials to highlight the products.

PUMA’s black label stores by Plajer & Franz Studio, Bejing – China and Osaka – Japan

September 8th, 2016

The result is a simple and functional store design with references to various every-day sport activities such as cycling.

Insanis store by ANGATU, São Paulo – Brazil

September 5th, 2016

The steel bars used to make clothes rack, caps exhibitors were used in raw form, revealing the essence of the material, striking urban character.

Cottonink store by TP architects, Jakarta – Indonesia

September 5th, 2016

Neutral coloured materials, like wood and subway tiles are used to achieve the ambiance and bring the contemporary feel to the space. A hint of soft pink is also used to bring a touch of feminism.