Posts Tagged ‘luxury’

Mon Purse store by FormRoom, London – UK

January 17th, 2017

Taking inspiration from the studio spaces of high-end fashion designers, Formroom looked to combine materials swatches and hardware samples with bespoke cabinetry a in a combination of marble, mirror and gold tones. Large digital screens and iPads in store also allow customers to custom build their bags online from within the store.

Maison Hermès Ginza window installations by Stephanie Quayle, Tokyo – Japan

January 12th, 2017

The current showcase at Maison Hermès Ginza, entitle urban jungle, presents a wide range of these cunningly realistic sculptures. All monkeys, a large terracotta orang utan sits on a trunk and gazes onto the bustling cityscape. In the large window, a group of monkeys are huddled cozily together, and seem less deterred by what’s going on around them.

The Fritz Hotel by The Invisible Party, Düsseldorf – Germany

December 29th, 2016

The Invisible Party likens the hotel to the sweetly nostalgic narrative of a Wes Anderson film: guests become regulars because of the energetic atmosphere and good company, not because of the decadent marble bathrooms and bellhops.

Louis Vuitton store redesign by Peter Marino, New York City

December 23rd, 2016


Japanese artist Shuji Mukai was commissioned to hand-paint three columns within the store, with a design that relates directly to the gutai art movement popular in the 1950s and 60s. Peter Marino angled the wall behind the columns to make the artwork a focal point, while simultaneously re-directing circulation. In addition, Italian artist Giuseppe Penone has installed pieces made of molded leather and bronze — materials employed to lend the scheme a “natural ruggedness”.

Mykita store, Vienna – Austria

December 22nd, 2016



Furnishings are few and strictly functional, comprising of just two large eyewear walls and moveable display units crafted from black steel, all paced on fishbone parquet flooring. Walls and ceilings are kept free from fixtures, lending the room an increased airy vibe.

CHAOS store by Studiofibre, London – UK

December 14th, 2016



CHAOS is the brainchild of super-stylists Charlotte Stockdale and Katie Lyall. Their glossy, sophisticated and highly covetable range of iPhone cases, which attach to zips and charms, instantly transform a phone into a cross between a charm bracelet and a necklace.

Gucci store by Alessandro Michele, Tokyo – Japan

December 14th, 2016


Situated on the second floor, the new outpost measures a sizeable 220 sqm and is obviosuly designed according to Michele’s new and guidelines, featuring a more homey yet still very sumptuous palette with inlaid coloured marble floorin, contemporary fixtures and classic-inspired sofas and chairs.

Folli Follie concept store by E23, Hong Kong

December 11th, 2016



The challenge, however, was not simply applying these new experiential elements to one store, but rather, translating them across a wide variety of global points of sale, including Athens, London, Beijing and New York etc. From large flagship stores, to standalone boutiques, to shop-in-shop retail spaces, E23 was tasked with creating a flexible yet coherent design approach.

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.

HSJ jewellery flagship store by Ravish Mehra Deepak Kalra, Moradabad – India

November 23rd, 2016



Elements with detailed Mughal craftsmanship are fully captured and used to create an environment that leaves people awestruck. The interiors see a rich use of coloured steel, mirror, marble inlay works and heavy fabrics. Every product has been given a special display infrastructure and environment suiting the product and client profile.

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.

Aspinal of London flagship store by Caulder Moore, Leeds – UK

November 22nd, 2016



It is seamlessly intermingled with bespoke antique furniture and wood panelling, creating a sense of theatre. Together they represent the quintessentially Aspinal home. The new store takes inspiration from the flagship Aspinal Brook Street store, brought into a modern, contemporary context.

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.

Christmas window display by Burberry and Harrods, London – UK

November 15th, 2016


As part of the display, visitors are able to interact with a sensory window via a touch-trigger mechanic and motion sensor, through which they can experiment with the lighting and music composed specifically for the display.

Bottega Veneta store, Amsterdam – The Netherlands

November 15th, 2016

The store interior follows the sleek design codes as laid down by Bottega Veneta’s longtime creative director Tomas Maier, featuring furnishings and fixtures as meticulously crafted as the merchandise on offer.

Ralph Lauren flagship store by MNA, Bangkok – Thailand

November 14th, 2016

Taking inspiration from the forms of Richard Serra, the interior storefront is comprised of full height curving teak wood and glass panels that mimic the curvilinear character of the mall, so that the spaces flow seamlessly from one to the next.

Salle Privée store, Amsterdam – The Netherlands

November 13th, 2016

Ambitiously reaching out towards likeminded males across the planet, Salle Privée’s italian-made items are predominantly sold online, but acknowledging the added value of a brick and mortar presence, the Company has simultaneously opened its very first boutique at its homebase Amsterdam.

Dior store by Peter Marino, Barcelona – Spain

November 7th, 2016

The palette combines greys, silver, metallic, and last but not least, plenty of mirrors, captured by a variety of materials and textures.