Posts Tagged ‘retail design’
Produced by Paoloni Group since 2003 Manuel Ritz have been growing year after year with 700 multibrand shops in Italy and more than 300 all over Europe. Brilliant Creative inquisitive Manuel Ritz is a prefect mix of sartorial quality and spontaneity, playing with colors. styles to crate a new language in men’s waer and women’s wear.
LIU•JO is an Italian company, born and developed in the mid 1990s in the most important knitwear district of the country. The company evolved over time and devoted two total look lines, LIU•JO and LIU•JO JEANS, embellished with their original accessories and shoes, to a fashion-conscious woman consumer.
Y.A.S core collection is founded in our eternal passion for luxurious fabrics, contemporary shapes, modern lines, and refined silhouettes. Re-launched in the winter of 2013, Y.A.S stays true to its core values, which is a design approach centered on well-crafted, feminine collections-with a touch of “edge” and “understated coolness”.
RetailDesignBlog is two years old!
We thank you for your interest and support in the past two years. We have started the blog in May 2011 to bring together, inform and inspire retail design professionals. We have decided to celebrate our 2nd anniversary at a location of matching fame and success, ’The World’s Greatest Bar’ /voted best on Lonely Planet’s 2012 voting of 100 great bars of the world/ the A38: a bar, restaurant and concert location on a ship anchored in Budapest on the Danube.
OPSOBJECTS was born in 2010 as an international fashion design project through a mix up of specific competences, from style to communication to the market positioning and distribution: Milan, Hong Kong and Geneva represent the values cradle of the brand, the environment in which the ideas represent the market turning point starting from the watches ending on jewels and accessories.
Moon Boot stems from an idea that hit Giancarlo Zanatta – president of Tecnica Group – while he was watching the live TV broadcast of the first landing on the moon in 1969. Right away he was intrigued by the shape of the boots the astronauts were wearing and the prints they left on the lunar surface.