Posts Tagged ‘garments’

Moncler collections at Milan Fashion Week, Milan – Italy

February 27th, 2018

Rooms inside were each dedicated to one of eight collections making up the Moncler’s Genius initiative, which is described by the brand as a “hub of exceptional minds operating in unison while simultaneously cultivating their singularity”.

Iris van Herpen’s Autumn Winter 2016 fashion show, Paris – France

March 11th, 2016

These garments – designed to appear as a “glistering bubble-like exoskeleton” – were made from transparent hexagonal laser-cut elements, that are connected with translucent flexible tubes.

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

Starch Store renewal by Elie Metni, Beirut – Lebanon

May 26th, 2015

Beirut is home to a surprisingly large pool of creative talent, and just as anywhere else they need a place to shine.

Diamond Dazzle Stores by Reggiani, Beijing & Shanghai – China

April 10th, 2015

Diamond Dazzle Stores by Reggiani, Beijing & Shanghai – China

Issey Miyake Marunouchi Store by Tokujin Yoshioka, Tokyo – Japan

April 9th, 2015

Crimson aluminium triangles hang above garments and in front of windows at Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka\’s latest store for Issey Miyake in Tokyo.

Lander Urquijo Concept Store, Madrid – Spain

March 10th, 2015

Lander Urquijo Concept Store, Madrid – Spain

Peserico flagship store by C&P Architetti, Rome – Italy

October 14th, 2014

Along the wall to the right, from the entrance side, an iron pipe runs the whole depth of the store reflecting the items of clothing that hang from the back wall; the two split-levels of the mirror walls, located at the back of the store, contain a service boxroom and the stairs to access the stockroom in the loft.

Lee x Bellerose anniversary windows by frank agterberg/bca, Brussels

February 24th, 2014

frank agterberg/bca created a window installation that is capable of making a swift transition from past to present. The first three weeks of the campaign are riding on a wave of nostalgia and pride. Vintage garments, ditto still imagery and animated footage are on display in multipurpose expo cabinets.

Anthropology of Design pop-up shop, Dubai – United Arab Emirates

February 20th, 2014

Anthropology of Design is an anthropological exploration of designers and cities, in order to understand the influence of local contemporary, and heritage culture within their work.

B.Spoke store at Bayview Village by GH+A, Toronto – Canada

October 8th, 2013

Inspired from the British bespoke tradition of men’s customized garments, the concept pays homage the notions of refined tailoring through its tailored store design. Within a private gentlemen’s club-like setting, B.Spoke sells premium menswear appealing to the businessman with its wide selection of imported suits.

De Bijenkorf Eye On Fashion windows by StudioXAG, Netherlands

September 4th, 2013

Taking inspiration from kaleidoscopic patterns and the renowned Rue Cambon staircase, StudioXAG designed a series of window displays for Dutch department store De Bijenkorf. The displays feature a range of three dimensional mirror structures in geometric shapes which reflect new season garments worn by mannequins and kaleidoscopic imagery.

Geszeft boutique by Joanna Wołoszyn and Daria Barnaś, Katowice – Poland

September 1st, 2013

The shop is spilt across two rooms and visitors enter into a cafe area where books and other small items are presented on shelves. Garments and larger merchandise can be browsed in the second adjacent space, reached through gaps in the concrete structure.

Louis Copeland & Sons store by Jennings design studio & Helen Turkington, Dublin – Ireland

July 17th, 2013

The ceilings were were high in the front part of the store, so in order to get more storage we added a conveyor system. The system is hidden from the public, but stores up to 600 hanging garments.

Nike Free 2013 installation by Studio-at-Large, Beijing

April 23rd, 2013

A dark-tinted mirror mimicking the shape of the track was positioned directly above and brightly coloured garments were suspended around the perimeter like a row of spectators. Entitled The Track, this installation was the second of three zones designed by Studio-at-Large for the Nike Free launch event.

Otsuka-Gofukuten kimono shop by Yusuke Seki, Kyoto

February 8th, 2013

Yusuke Seki planned the store with three separate displays areas, allowing a clear distinction between different styles and price ranges to make the experience easier for the customer. Brightly coloured and patterned fabrics are presented on industrial wooden shelves at the centre of the store, while more material is hung from metal frames and some is laid out in wooden drawers.

Jill & Joy unisex fashion store by Riis Retail, Esbjerg – Denmark

September 18th, 2012

The Danish retail design company Riis Retail has created a redecoration plan for an existing independent multi-brand fashion store located in the city of Esbjerg, Denmark. The 525-sq-m unisex fashion store Jill & Joy has been the leading fashion store of the Danish southwest for years and with it´s new and improved interior it takes the shopping experience to the next level.

ESPECIA store by Plasma, Medellín – Colombia

September 9th, 2012

ESPECIA is a brand targeted at romantic, thoughtful, feminine, sophisticated, confident, fashion savvy, natural, elegant, bold and audacious women. ESPECIA’s women have good taste, are sensual, are permanent travelers, and are always aware and observants of the world.

Bread & Butter Berlin 2012 Summer – BLAUER

August 31st, 2012

Bread & Butter Berlin 2012 Summer – BLAUER

Baskèts fashion forward sneaker store by Robin Sluijzer, Amsterdam

May 21st, 2012

A unique collection of sneakers and shoes offered in an extremely accessible, relaxed and refined setting, designed by interior designer Robin Sluijzer, also known creating Jefferson’s store concept.