Posts Tagged ‘Chloé’

Mannequin Trends 2014 August by WindowsWear

August 29th, 2014

Mannequin Trends 2014 August by WindowsWear

TheSpaceVip shop by Zeovision, Shanghai – China

July 16th, 2014

TheSpaceVip is a 1000㎡ top brands shop project designed by Como Huang (executive director of ZEOVISION) located in Shanghai city in East Longhua Road.

il Bacio di Stile luxury department store, Budapest – Hungary

September 24th, 2013

Blending the delicate ornaments of the 19th century Neo-Renaissance palace with state-of-the art interior features, the multi-brand store evokes an elegant atmosphere with a private-home feel.

Chloe windows 2013 Spring, Paris

September 21st, 2013

Chloe windows 2013 Spring, Paris

Chloé boutique, New York

July 25th, 2013

The interior of the space, modeled after the new flagship at on rue Saint Honoré in Paris, is cozy, clean, and ultra-feminine—with pale blush walls, gilded metal accents, and vintage 1920s Eileen Gray chairs.

Chloé windows at Sloane Street, London

April 28th, 2013

During London Fashion Week we installed a smaller version of the Chloe St Honore Door campaign into London’s Sloane Street boutique.

Chloé Boutique at Saint-Honoré, Paris

February 20th, 2013

A light-filled space where one can wander around freely. It is designed with poetry and luxury and reveals a natural hospitality, a “cool attitude” that defines the Chloé spirit and its welcome.

Chloé windows at Printemps, Paris

February 18th, 2013

Chloé windows at Printemps, Paris

Chloé flagship store by Sophie Hicks,Tokyo

October 27th, 2012

The design team here at Sophie Hicks Architects went out into Japanese worlds, we looked and we talked and we changed our established western ideas. We looked at Japanese apartments, fascinated by the interior decoration ‘looks’ and the quantity of belongings that fit inside.

Chloé flagship store by Sophie Hicks, London

October 9th, 2012

The first store that we built was in Sloane Street, London. We made the space as airy and expansive as possible, and laid out the furniture in a casual way. There are no formal separations; light diffusing glass screens and rails of clothes loosely divide the space to create fluid ‘rooms’ through which the customers can wander. Only mirrors lean against the walls.

Alice In Wonderland at Printemps

June 10th, 2011

Running around careless and free in a romantic dress, falling down the rabbit hole, chasing time in a dreamlike state of mind, meeting unexpected characters with many tales to tell—sounds like many a girl’s night out!