Archive for the ‘fashion’ category

Espacio Colaborativo Nalca by Pedro Silva, Santiago – Chile

December 13th, 2016



The space was conceived by designer Pedro Silva through his collaboration with Chilean Brand Nalca Shoes. Based on three axes of interdependent action, Espacio Colaborativo Nalca offers guidelines of production suggested by the space’s three architectural programs. These programs include a commercial platform, creative lab and exhibition gallery.

Maher Store by Harmonic Trend [L], Hamedan – Iran

December 12th, 2016

Staircase’s handrails and landings end up to regales and dress hanging location, which make an independent, continuous and integrated structure, while each as an separate object has its own structure and configuration.

MatchesFashion store by SFD, London – UK

December 12th, 2016

The resulting concept respected both the local area and unique space as well as the identity of Matches and the premium brands it stocks. Reclaimed timber flooring, raw steel tube fixtures and striking Barrisol-style lighting create an environment that’s visually inspiring yet commercially practical.

Chanel pop-up stores, Paris – France

December 12th, 2016

Further enhancing the chosen aesthetic are black linear clothes rails, matching displays in mesh metal, and wooden console tables mounted on glass supports.

Moorer flagship store by Newtone, Milan – Italy

December 9th, 2016



Two golden and continuous horizontal bands along the walls define the perspective lines. They suggest a clear path to follow and separate the volumes. The shelves draw two steady contours without interruption along the walls, at times changing height to enliven the display. Traditional clothes-hanger bars are substituted with single brushed brass square loops that emphasize the importance of each garment, making it stand out along the walls and spotlighting its uniqueness.

Liu-Jo Uomo premium store by Studio Poiesis, Bologna – Italy

December 8th, 2016



The fusion of the warmth of wood with the elegance of marble together with the diffusion of LED lights, create an intimate setting with a dynamic design.

Herschel flagship store by Newtone, Milan – Italy

December 8th, 2016



The project’s main concept relies on a minimalistic and no-design spirit, by using a rhythmic display along the side walls that allows for a more dramatic segmentation of the merchandising and that accommodates the existing furniture in a coherent dialogue based on materials and design.

Debrand store by MW Design, Taipei -Taiwan

December 7th, 2016



Debrand store by MW Design, Taipei -Taiwan

Cadini store by 4D, Pune – India

December 6th, 2016

A store interior palette of Italian marble, parquet flooring, patterned walls. Contemporary lines and forms help connect the tradition of Italian suit making to the modern times.

Coast store by Checkland Kindleysides, Newcastle – UK

December 2nd, 2016



No longer defined by just occasion wear, Coast’s new store concept celebrates beautiful, versatile product that seamlessly transitions from day to night. This is about redefining the rules of dressing up and giving women an excuse to feel glamorous every day, no matter the occasion.

Missguided Westfield Stratford store by Dalziel-Pow, London – UK

December 1st, 2016



Inspired by a TV studio, the space delivers a dynamic live stream of of-the-moment content, fashion and inspiration. It captures the Snapchat generation’s short attention span and desire for the new, with a constantly changing space, bursting with “jaw-to-the-floor” shareable moments, stage sets and real-time digital displays, where co-created brand content comes to life.

Saint Laurent store by Anthony Vaccarello, Miami – Florida

December 1st, 2016



Although slabs of white and black marble, polished brass elements and plenty of glass still dominate the palette, the retail setting looks slightly tweaked under current creative honcho Anthony Vaccarello.

Saturdays Nyc store by Akin Creative, Melbourne – Australia

November 25th, 2016



The interior setting, once again created by local practice Akin Creative, is modern and follows clean lines inspired by 1950s modernism. Captured by a simple palette of timber and concrete, and paired with custom-made light fixtures and curated photographic artworks, it’s a welcoming open space that fuses the dynamics of retail with those a meeting place for likeminded spirits.

Prada flagship store, Copenhagen – Denmark

November 23rd, 2016



Upon entering the store on the ground floor, shoppers come accross a room with walls covered in a soft green shade and checkered marble flooring, a hallmark of its majority of stores and shop-in-shops across the planet.

Lidl Pop-Up Store by ACTINCOMMON, Hamburg – Germany

November 22nd, 2016

ACTINCOMMON designs the first temporary Lidl pop-up store in Hamburg. Right in the heart of up-beat shopping on Neuer Wall Lidl found itself amongst the high-society.

Ralph Lauren store by MNA, Hong Kong

November 22nd, 2016



Ralph Lauren chose to broadcast their distinctly American brand through a distinctly American style that is classic, luxurious and unique.

Acne Studios store by Max Lamb, New York

November 18th, 2016



The effect has been accomplished by an abundance of gilded metal panels, used to cover walls and create separate shop sections. Clothing is hung on steel clothing racks in the same hue, and mostly line the walls. By stark contrast, the flooring comprises of black asphalt and the substance is also used to clad support pillars.

“Isetan the Japan” department store, Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia

November 18th, 2016



At 11,000 sqm. spread over six floors, the latest Isetan the Japan store is massive, and contrary to the smaller first venue in Paris, it’s not only able to present a wide variety of coveted Japanese merchandise, but also extensive collections. Each of the floors is themed, featuring a specific product range and unique settings.

Petite Pomme store by Erbalunga estudio, Tui – Spain

November 15th, 2016

The brand image intends to move away from the historical style of the building. Therefore walls and ceiling blur boundaries to create an unlinked proposal from its shell. At the entrance, a backlit polycarbonate wall contrasts sharply with the granite facade, generating a rift between exterior and interior and also providing guidance for the customer.

The Hundreds store, Los Angeles – California

November 14th, 2016

Bobby Kim had an idea for a t-shirt and wanted to get it made, so he started The Hundreds in college with his friend and now business partner, Ben Shenassafar. They worked out of a location right off of Fairfax that now houses their Flagship retail store.