Archive for the ‘fashion’ category

Valentino flagship boutique by David Chipperfield, London – UK

March 11th, 2016

Hard Venetian terrazzo and marble surfaces are paired with soft carpets to create the impression of a grand Italian house.

Supper Club table Borough Market by Studio Warm, London – UK

March 4th, 2016

The bespoke table and benches have been beautifully handcrafted from grey stained hand selected timber and feature chamfered corners, accentuated with warm, luxurious brushed copper.

Flow® Store Multiplaza Pacific Panama by Juan Diego Vasquez C., Panama City – Panama

March 4th, 2016

Études Studio pop-up store, Paris – France

March 4th, 2016

The pop-up, situated on the men’s floor in the basement, beckons fans from afar with a signature setting which references the brand’s permanent boutique across town. Furnishings are sleek and simple, comprising of transparent acrylic panels in a dark blue shade.

Jigsaw store by Barber Design, Shrewsbury – UK

March 3rd, 2016

Brand personality is expressed through the carefully curated selection of art, books and salvaged vintage found furniture.

CARSON STREET flagship store by Emporium Design, New York City

March 3rd, 2016

Custom stainless steel display racks line the floor, including a unique system that is designed to cantilever from the century old cast iron columns. The store features natural walnut and birch legged tables, polished concrete display pedestals, and frosted milk white privacy glass in the fitting rooms.

Barneys store, San Francisco – California

March 2nd, 2016

The aesthetic is similarly clean and understated, and features a matching palette of whites, grays and sparse touches of shiny chrome and copper.

Kids Mode store by storestyle, Bnei Brack – Israel

February 26th, 2016

Kids Mode store by storestyle, Bnei Brack – Israel

NAWain fashion store by Purge, Hangzhou – China

February 26th, 2016

The space is decorated with different shapes and styles of the photo frames to present the evidence of her travel, as well as the ideas generated from the trips. All the objects inside the frame represent her style of living as well.

Emporium Young store by Garde Italy, Baku – Azerbaijan

February 25th, 2016

The style of the shop, inspired by the atmosphere of the office’s 30s, would like to give the impression of being in an archive of fashion, where accessories, handbags and footwear, are exposed in a kind of file, while the area for the denim is dominated by an imposing wooden shelf.

Ankara Store by studio201architects, Saitama – Japan

February 25th, 2016

To ensure further natural light, an opening between floors was made so day lighting would come in from the south facing windows of the second floor.

My Reason store by IVISTUDIO, Acireale – Italy

February 24th, 2016

The atmosphere is soft and informal with the use of tactile finishes and lighting to bring out the clothing and creating a very comfortable and elegant setting with sobriety.

Maison Kitsuné store, Tokyo – Japan

February 22nd, 2016

One floor up the setting is defined by an infusion of timber, but the pointed roof and intricately constructed wooden chandeliers evoke an entirely different atmosphere. The space is furnished with a mix of japanese and mid-century pieces.

Pinko boutique by Studio Matteo Colla, Beijing – China

February 18th, 2016

A great central accessories freewall is the shop focal point and also separates the retail space from technical spaces and storage area.

JaaDe store by MOZ RETAIL DESIGN TEAM, Istanbul – Turkey

February 18th, 2016

JaaDe store by MOZ RETAIL DESIGN TEAM, Istanbul – Turkey

Hip Hop clothing store by Haldane Martin, Cape Town – South Africa

February 17th, 2016

Hip Hop clothing store by Haldane Martin, Cape Town – South Africa

EN ROUTE store by Schemata Architects, Tokyo – Japan

February 17th, 2016

The running station dramatically connects the existing staggered floors with approximately 3.7-meter gap in between, generating active “movements”- which is one of main design elements constituting the space.

Alter Cube store by 3Gatti, Shanghai – China

February 13th, 2016

Since money doesn’t grow on trees, 3Gatti maximized the teensy budget by excluding real wood as an option and instead choosing a material in local abundance: bamboo. With the wide variety of bamboo products available in the Chinese market – plywood, herringbone patterned board and pulp boards – the blocks could become retail reality.

WUUD clothing store by ragodesign+, Faenza – Italy

February 11th, 2016

The ceiling has a story on it’s own, from which a big root breaks through, suggesting a tree might be growing through the above apartments, as a small animated picture projected in the shop illustrates.

Step by Step store by Dialect, Antwerp – Belgium

February 10th, 2016

A glass cabinet to the left of the door is filled with Barbies – the dolls that were recently redesigned to include more body types and skin tones – as well as other action figures.