The clothes are kept in precious glass and wooden cases, transforming them into memorabilia that can be admired, touched and worn. The soft light and dark tones of the first environment are reduced and are rendered stronger in the following space, where the denim line finds its formal synthesis into an elegant bedroom.
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The London-based magazine has just opened a pop-up store at Beymen in Nişantaşı, a swanky neighbourhood in Istanbul. As the luxury department store is quite keen to raise its profile internationally and the magazine eager to align itself with the very best in retail, this retail collab seems a perfect fit to do so.
The design concept was to create a vivid and natural environment with industrial style at work by utilizing a number of suspended partitions in the middle of wall to perform an open circle to make customers have their privacy while being served, and add some green on the white wall to make the natural speaks.
French duo Remy Clémente and Morgan Maccari, known as Bonsoir Paris, showed this pop-up concept store for Swedish clothing brand COS in Milan. Like the brand, the focus was on rational simplicity and function, a refreshingly low-key contrast to Design Week installations that aimed to dazzle with lights, colour and movement.
The design has many influences, from mid-century modern to Scandinavian design while still feeling right at home in its Canadian environment. A few of our favorite features include the black & white “fake” breeze block graphic, the custom light fixture over the cash desk and the pops of bright royal blue on the fixtures.
French luxury label Louis Vuitton has opened a new retail location in Munich, Germany, tucked perfectly into the city’s historic Residenzpost. The three-story retail location was designed by renowned architect Peter Marino, who applied Louis Vuitton’s decadent aesthetic to the building, creating a luxurious atmosphere in one of Munich’s most iconic sites.
Aside from the brand stores of G-Star, Scotch & Soda, Tommy Hilfiger Denim and Armani you can also find a butcher’s shop (filled with handbags), a library (with all sorts of jeans), a movie theatre (which just happens to be a multi-brand clothing store) and a supermarket (containing the cash desks) in Concept City. On top of that, a real barista serves you the perfect cup of coffee on the main square.
This design expresses this owner’s use of a traditional technique of dying fabric at an high output rate in keeping with modern society’s demand infinite patterns, the sexy and glamorous stand out in a unified and brilliant show a beautiful bit of nature, a piece of driftwood, rests in the center as a foundation and focal point for the space.