Archive for the ‘fashion’ category

Luca Faloni – In the Hood pop-up store by Lucky Fox, London – UK

January 3rd, 2018

The purpose of the pop-up, entitled In the Hood, was twofold. Firstly, to work as a gallery space to explore the evolution of style for signature items like the hoodie, the polo shirt and the classic shirt which are synonymous with the menswear brand.

Unicorn x Basement by Hejidesign, Shenzhen – China

January 3rd, 2018

Connected by floating clothes hangers, the display areas are scattered throughout the center of the store, making it difficult to miss important sections. Shoppers freely move around the store, losing track of time among the displays.

Mão Esquerda Vintage Store by Gustavo Guimarães, Porto – Portugal

December 30th, 2017

This new project occupies the intimate 19-square-metre ground floor of a historic old building located in the centre of Porto. Space has been refurbished in a way that combines both the raw, traditional vibe of Porto city and a contemporary minimal esthetic.

CANDIDA store by Christopher Ward Studio, Bari – Italy

December 25th, 2017

Visual merchandising Flexibility and Gender Neutrality are the key words for this concept in which garment comes as protagonists. This time the second floor is dedicated to menswear.

Everlane store by Leong Leong, Manhattan – New York

December 19th, 2017

New York City – Leong Leong brings the radical transparency of new-school apparel retailer Everlane to the design of the brand’s first-ever physical store on Prince Street. The interior is white, almost overexposed – skylights flood the space with daylight from above. Fitted with symmetrical, semi-transparent dividers between sections of merchandise, the largely linear layout opens Everlane Prince through the 280-sq-m depth of space from its glass storefront.

Commonwealth store, Los Angeles – California

December 16th, 2017

Compatible with the building’s original architectural features, the interior design has an industrial edge, and features a floor of large concrete tiles, a ceiling of exposed beams, and suspended steel clothing racks.

Carhartt W.I.P. store by Faye Toogood, London – UK

December 14th, 2017

The design obviously remains utilitarian-inspired, but it has been cleverly reinterpreted in a cleaner and more polished way, featuring a palette of concrete flooring with upright edges on two sides of the retail space, canvas wall panels and a grid configuration of metal pendant lamps.

V&M Showroom by Shark&Shark, Shanghai – China

December 11th, 2017

Copper sheets are laser cut in a pattern that allows freeform rebuild, and connected into larger piece by rivets. The final sheet simulates a solidified moment of fabric movement, playing as background wall at the entrance, with brass rivets composing brand logo at the center.

Saks Fifth Avenue store, Connecticut

December 8th, 2017

The team was inspired by the opportunity to transform the traditional department store into elevated specialty stores with a residential feel. All three stores fit into the local lifestyle by providing a neighborhood destination for shopping moments spent with friends and family.

Maison Kitsuné flagship store by Mathieu Lehanneur, SoHo / London – UK

December 6th, 2017

His solution was to conceive a series of white, high-ceilinged rooms with mouldings and phantom window panes that recall the Haussmannien architectural style of Parisian apartments. Snaking through these rooms is a curvilinear, bi-chromated steel tube that manifests as a tentacular foreign body.

Leisure Center by Casper Mueller Kneer, Vancouver – Canada

December 5th, 2017

Oozing a strong industrial vibe, the ground floor aesthetic is defined by large panels of shiny aluminum that lend the vast space some intimacy. The austere industrial setting forms a perfect backdrop for a number of statement artworks, such as a car sculpture – yes, it’s the one incorporating a dissected Chevrolet Camaro Rally Sport – by Canadian artist Myfanwy McLeod and light exhibitions by Os ∆ Oos.

Peserico store by C&P Architetti, Hampton / New York

December 4th, 2017

Peserico store by C&P Architetti, Hampton / New York

Dior store renewal, Madrid – Spain

December 2nd, 2017

The store occupies two floors and features an 18th Century-inspired setting that mimics the original Dior flagship boutique on avenue Montaigne in Paris, featuring modern furnishings with the Cannage motif and the gray tones favoured by designer Christian Dior serve to enhance the house’s creations.

Chanel store renewal by Peter Marino, Tokyo – Japan

December 2nd, 2017

The revamp, supervised by New York City-based architect Peter Marino, took almost three years, and has not only resulted in new interiors, but has also given the nine-storey building a striking new façade.

AT TWENTY store by VERB + PARA, Causeway Bay – Hong Kong

December 1st, 2017

The design started with a minimal approach that the geometry has been stripped down to it fundamental state. The existing structural frame of the facade have been revealed and preserved, while a new grid works has been implemented at the interior to define different zones.

AIGLE opens all-new Concept Store at ifcMall, Hong Kong

November 29th, 2017

Designers meticulously combined simplistic decorations, a modern and stylish beige design, and with embedding the AIGLE’s exclusive patterned ceramic tiles from the flooring, to the wall design, and also the exterior wall in metal cutting materials as embellishments at the façade.

House of Fraser, Rushden Lakes by Kinnersley Kent Design, Northamptonshire – UKD

November 28th, 2017

The much-anticipated department store marks several firsts for House of Fraser – it is the British retailer’s first out-of-town format, first ever sustainable store, and its first full UK store opening since 2008.

Chanel flagship store by Peter Marino, Toronto – Canada

November 28th, 2017

House architect Peter Marino was tapped to create a matching interior design, using the brand’s iconic colours of black, white and gold throughout the premises, alongside elements inspired by the lavishly decorated Coromandel Screens of Coco Chanel’s plush apartment on rue Cambon in Paris.

Peserico store by C&P Architetti, St.Petersburg – Russia

November 27th, 2017

Asiago white marble, natural oak wood and waxed iron are the materials used for the refurbishment of the new premises. The marble slabs were used for the flooring and extend up the lateral walls with the same straight lay pattern.

EFFA boutique by K1artStudio, Modugno – Italy

November 25th, 2017

The space is defined by a simple and clear layout and a chromatic palette of calm, neutral, and relaxing tones. The lighting and the choice of colors (“rope” and “pink powder”) give the whole store an elegant and sophisticated atmosphere.