Posts Tagged ‘flagship store’

3.1 Phillip Lim flagship store by Leong Leong, Seoul

October 17th, 2011

The flagship store designed by Leong Leong Architecture for 3.1 Phillip Lim is located in Cheongdam-Dong, Seoul’s premiere fashion district. In a period of eight months, Leong Leong designed and oversaw the construction of the 550-square-meter store in an existing four-story building.

Closed by 14 oz. flagship store, Berlin

October 13th, 2011

Dubbed Closed by 14 oz., it’s a collab retail concept that showcases the closed collections in a context defined by the renowned 14 oz. denim emporium.

Property Of . . . store in a cafe, Amsterdam

October 12th, 2011

Naturally, the original aim of creating a place which is more than a retail space, where people can hang out remains; in line with the cafe culture, the store will be selling a selection of magazines, notebooks and serving espressos in cooperation with the American coffee roaster Stumptown.

Tory Burch flagship store, London

October 7th, 2011

The American luxury lifestyle designer Tory Burch has opened her first London flagship store. Nestled next to Miu Miu at 149 New Bond Street, the boutique spans some 4,200 square feet of an enchanting 19th century town house.

Spencer Hart flagship store by Shed and Nick Hart, London

October 5th, 2011

A former bank in London’s Mayfair district has been revamped into a luxe menswear shop. The Spencer Hart flagship store has incorporated many of the space’s original features into its new design. Highly fenestrated windows, a stunning entrance portico and high bank ceiling have remained intact. The new focal point, however, is a circular hanging unit used to display ties and swatches.

Tommy Hilfiger Accessoires, Minden

October 3rd, 2011

Tommy Hilfiger has developed a shop concept for accessories. The premier of it was by the Hagemeyer at Minden. The brand has put shoes, belts, bags and small leather articles in to the 90 sqm place. The design follows the flagship stores from New York and Paris.

Replay Store by Vertical Garden Design, Barcelona

September 30th, 2011

Replay’s store on Passeig de Gràcia in Barcelona now hosts a vertical garden of just above 100m2. In the storefront location, the two storey wall is set in a dramatic and playful environment with waterfalls, sculptures and contrasting materials.

Converse flagship store, New York – SoHo

September 21st, 2011

Following the success of its first location on Boston’s Newbury Street, Converse is taking their wholesale and online empire to SoHo, with a sizable shop dedicated both to the city itself and Converse’s athletic heritage all with a punk rock twist.

Calvin Klein Jeans store, Melbourne

September 21st, 2011

Calvin Klein, Inc.have opened their latest Calvin Klein Jeans store at Crown Entertainment Complex in Melbourne. The new store at the Crown Entertainment Complex is the second largest free-standing Calvin Klein Jeans store in Australia at a size of just over 131 square metres.

De Rode Winkel flagship store by OPERA Amsterdam, Houten

September 20th, 2011

The successful jeans wear group, De Rode Winkel, has recently opened its third flagship store in Houten. The shop, the ninth in a chain, is located in the new shopping mall, Het Rond and is designed by OPERA AMSTERDAM.

Munich L’illa Diagonal by Dear design, Barcelona

September 19th, 2011

Dark-glass surfaces, mirrors, metal trees and cage-like boxes hanging from the ceiling (from which the shoes have “escaped”), all carry a carefree, experimental and impermanent air. The angular and clunky space with its hard edges and seemingly moving parts is clearly an attempt to say that the septuagenarian brand is nowhere near slowing down.

Pepe Jeans London flagship store, Rome

September 14th, 2011

Pepe Jeans London opens its first flagship store in Rome: 150 square meters dedicated to clothes and accessories in via del Corso.

Wood Wood flagship store by Karl-Oskar Olsen, Copenhagen

September 7th, 2011

Danish retailer and label Wood Wood have recently opened a new store in the heart of downtown Copenhagen. Designer Karl-Oskar Olsen, who also boasts interior design as one of his traits has made great use of the space with a dignified design.

Ljubljana Benetton megastore

September 2nd, 2011

The store is located inside the important BTC TRGOVINA – SPANSKA CESTA shopping park and will be one of Benetton’s biggest stores in Eastern Europe. The architecturally striking megastore was created by renovating the end section of an existing building with an arched roof.

Mackintosh flagship store by Wonderwall, London

August 30th, 2011

The first flagship store for the brand known for its rubberized coats opened on Mount street in London. The shop consists of two levels: the ground floor and the basement.

Evita Peroni flagship store by SHH, Dubai

August 30th, 2011

SHH have created a new retail concept called ‘Lotus’ for Danish fashion and accessories brand EVITA PERONI, seen here at the brand new Dubai Mall. EVITA PERONI now has franchisees and distributors for over 300 stores and concessions in over 30 countries worldwide, including outlets in Europe, Asia, the Far East, the Middle East, South Africa, North and South America.

ZEHA Flagship Store by Studio OneWay, Berlin

August 26th, 2011

This design job required a compelling concept, which visually differs from an ordinary retail store. The goal was to inspire people through the attractive design to step into the store and become new customers. For this reason the design had to be very clever and appealing, but keeping it in the required budget range.

Bettina Liano flagship store by David Hicks, Melbourne

August 23rd, 2011

This flagship store for Melbourne-based fashion designer Bettina Liano was the first in a new string of stores to be opened around the country.

Uscari by Greg Natale Design, Sydney

August 18th, 2011

Uscari is a raw, effortlessly sophisticated new fashion label. The flagship store design retains a certain restrained elegance, with minimal but impeccable detail.

Godiva Chocoiste by Wonderwall, Tokyo

August 16th, 2011

This is Godiva’s new concept flagship store. Godiva’s idea was “treat thyself”. Wonderwall’s intention was to add a breath of fresh air to the more traditional image Godiva instill. The shop features humorous design details such as the “melting chocolate” ceiling combined with the primarily classical interior design.