Posts Tagged ‘Colette’

Colette windows by Studio XAG, Paris – France

May 24th, 2017

Inspired by the wonderful range of colour in their new range, StudioXAG have brought the spectacle of a rainbow into the space, through tessalating coloured translucuent acrylic boxes, which fill the entire span of the window and suspend the product so that they appear weightless.

Colette x Stan Smith windows by Studio XAG, Paris – France

August 30th, 2014

Blue dots lifted from Colette’s iconic two-dot logo surround a white circular neon-lit tray heroing a pair of limited edition Stan Smith trainers, and disperse towards the outer edges of the window, mimicking the dots on the toe box.

Colette store, Paris – France

October 14th, 2013

From the creative window displays to the unique merchandise, this Parisian hotspot attracts both locals and tourists. The eclectic shop spans three levels, each tier uncovering exclusive products and special themed displays.

Bugaboo stoller by Viktor & Rolf windows at Colette, Paris

September 21st, 2012

Bugaboo stoller by Viktor & Rolf windows at Colette, Paris

Qubic Store bags by Casey Ng

January 13th, 2012

The Qubic Store located in Auckland, New Zealand is an avant-garde fashion store that aims to inspire and excite consumers in ways similar to leading retail icons such as Dover Street Market, Colette and United Arrows.

POP-UP! Colette &Chanel pop-up shop, Paris

January 10th, 2012

From March 1st to 10th, two legendary addresses in the world of Fashion – CHANEL 31 rue Cambon and COLETTE 213 rue Saint-Honoré – were blending their creative talent to open an ephemeral boutique at 336-340 rue Saint-Honoré.

POP-UP! Colette &Chanel pop-up shop, Paris

January 8th, 2012

From March 1st to 10th, two legendary addresses in the world of Fashion – CHANEL 31 rue Cambon and COLETTE 213 rue Saint-Honoré – were blending their creative talent to open an ephemeral boutique at 336-340 rue Saint-Honoré.

Colette store, Paris

September 8th, 2011

Even if Colette seems like every other independent store, the French mother of all trend boutiques located in the heart of Paris’ shopping hub, Rue Saint Honoré, has become a veritable lifestyle empire.