Posts Tagged ‘clothing collections’

Alquema flagship store by loopcreative, Sydney – Australia

December 16th, 2016

The store’s main design feature is a custom made sculptural radial steel clothing rack modeled from the ‘golden ratio’ that sits in the middle of the store, gently guiding the customer’s journey and exhibiting the latest clothing collections.

Fred Perry Flagship Store by Buckley Gray Yeoman, London – UK

March 9th, 2015

Fred Perry’s heritage captured in flagship store by Buckley Gray Yeoman.

Bread & Butter Berlin 2013 Winter – LIU•JO

February 21st, 2013

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.

Emporium concept store by Garde, Baku – Azerbaijan

December 10th, 2012

The Japanese architectural firm Garde has transformed a 2500m2 three-storey shop into a genuine work of art, combining completely different styles in the one space: avant-garde, eclectic, minimalist and ethnic.

Surface to Air flagship store by Federico Masotto, Paris

December 4th, 2011

Back in 2002, Surface to Air was first conceived as a gallery-turned-boutique in Paris. These days “S2A” sells their own well-regarded clothing collections worldwide. Recently the brand opened their latest flagship store in the fashionable Marais district of Paris.

TRÈS BIEN Shop by Arrhov Frick, Malmö

August 4th, 2011

Très Bien Shop’s collections are displayed in a building with great character and space in central Malmö, Sweden. The space has previously housed a textile factory as well as a flea market, which becomes apparent when checking out the well-worn wooden floor.

G-Star RAW by Marc Newson

June 5th, 2011

Australian designer Marc Newson has created a range of clothing featuring bold graphics for clothing brand G-Star RAW. The collection includes t-shirts, hooded jumpers and jackets with printed outlines in contrasting colours and metallic finishes. The jeans in the range feature fake turn-ups that are in fact printed onto the fabric and other motifs reference Newson’s interest in space travel.