Me.Linda is a new Brazilian chain of stores specialized in beauty products. With a mix of products that reach a wide female audience, the brand is positioned within a popular segment of retail in Brazil, the “multibrand” beauty markets. For this project, Design Novarejo developed an integrated work of branding and retail design.
The complete case started from the definition of strategy and positioning, then the team created a new name and visual identity. With a new visual identity, the project team developed the layout and store design. In the visual identity, a more “feminine” color palette is used to create geometric graphics that give a dynamic and casual touch, inspired by the beauty market, but with a unique look.
The logotype, which looks hand-drawn, can be used with various colors of the visual identity palette, and is always in transformation. This first store in the network (which has already opened another store and is working on the inauguration of two more stores) was inaugurated in a historic property in Campinas, one of the richest cities in Brazil and near the main Brazilian city for business and commerce, São Paulo.
The historical property gives an additional charm to this first store of this retail network, and the four store windows are ideal for the dissemination of offers, novelty and promotions. In the internal environment, neutral colors blend with the colors of the palette of the brand, creating a striking visual.
The checkouts area receives a differentiated coverage and visual communication. Panels with arts that allude to visual identity customize and decorate the environment. The signage, also with a feminine touch, is used to give even more charm to the store. And the lighting gives a surprising touch to the environment.
Design: Design Novarejo
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