Archive for the ‘bags’ category

Dam bags and Stuff store by Red5 Studio, Hochiminh City – VietNam

September 5th, 2017

Dam bags and Stuff store by Red5 Studio, Hochiminh City – VietNam

MYNT store by DearDesign, Barcelona – Spain

July 16th, 2017

DearDesign has designed a very bright and open store, with a structure that, despite its rigid and orthogonal look, solves flexibly of the product display. The design of the store is based on a three-dimensional grid inspired by the Fibonacci sequence, which creates a variable rhythm in a permeable volume, ordering the space by generating niches to exhibit the product along its perimeter.

Zita Fabiani Boutique by Marco Costanzi, Roma – Italy

July 9th, 2017

The aesthetic is the result of incredible materials research with a view to creating a contemporary style that could be match with the luxury products. Marble, brass, leather and fabric liaise in perfect harmony as common thread of four levels.

RUNNER CAMP store by PRISM design, Shanghai – China

July 6th, 2017

Urban workers run with the sunrise and run with the sunset. That scene is Orange which is a brand color. They recommend starting a new lifestyle that is healthy and stylish in the Shanghai city.

Jimmy Choo Rue St Honore store by Christian Lahoude Studio, Paris – France

May 13th, 2017

The highlight of the store is a spiral, polished chrome column that features the latest collections. To match its glamorous location, the studio also designed new furniture for the store such as velvet seating with polished gold bases.

Fedon K11 Art Mall by M2A Design, Tsim Sha Tsui – Hong Kong

May 10th, 2017

The interior design wanted to reflect the iconic spirit of the brand creating a fresh, contemporary and timeless ambience using neutral colors and materials.

IPPUUKISHI Shinsaibashi store by VOIGER, Osaka – Japan

May 8th, 2017

At the front, colored-glass wall with corporate color green make the facade glamorous and “WOW”. Simply designed floors bring out products, together with utilized existing chandelier give the space elegance image.

Fendi Flagship store, Tokyo – Japan

April 25th, 2017

The most striking piece arguably is a colourful fur tree by renowned Japanese floral artist Makoto Azuma that’s suspended like a chandelier from the ceiling near the entrance, and which is a renewed collab since the much-publicized launch of the Fendi Pop-up store also in the Ginza neighbourhood one-and-a-half years ago.

Cyriano Dogwear Outfit store by Marçal Prats, Enric Cano & Isaac Santos, Barcelona – Spain

April 25th, 2017

The logotype was designed keeping in mind seamless application as a metallic badge on the bags and beds or as a embroidered label for the clothes. Cyriano Dogwear Outfit is an elegant fashion brand for dog lovers inspired by British tailoring.

Valentino flagship store by David Chipperfield Architects, Tokyo – Japan

April 24th, 2017

The acclaimed British practice has been responsible for the interior of Valentino’s newest boutiques, and the chosen palette of venetian terrazzo flooring, carrara marble pillars and staircases, and custom-made furnishings and fixtures also manifests here.

Céline store, Seoul – South Korea

April 17th, 2017

The interior design dons the brand’s newest retail design codes, captured by natural stone flooring and shelving, marble displays, and sleek steel clothing racks on the ground floor, and this forms the backdrop for its coveted bag collection and small leather goods.

Skagen flagship store, Paris – France

April 3rd, 2017

Skagen flagship store, Paris – France

Freitag store, Milan – Italy

April 3rd, 2017

The outer walls have been stuccoed, and combined with a newly poured concrete floor, the two elements literally provide a modern framework for the all the historical details to be found inside.

Surendri flagship store by Sorted Design Studio, Gurugram – India

February 27th, 2017

On the other hand the inverted runways with mannequins on the ceiling, the pac-man light gives a contemporary feel to the entire setting as well as reflects the designer’s experience and existence in the modern Indian fashion industry.

Vanessa Seward boutique by Laurent Deroo, London – UK

February 27th, 2017

Prussian blue, pretty much the brand’s signature colour, adorns the façade, but also extends well into the shop, anchoring a palette of lacquered timber, mirrors, marbled flooring and displays, and warm brass accents.

Shinola store by Little, Los Angeles – California

February 16th, 2017

Known for its luxe leather goods and watches, this 4,484 sf Shinola store also offers two other exciting concepts within its space: 1) Saved Tattoo is located in the back of Shinola helmed by renowned NYC tattoo artist Scott Campbell and 2) Di Alba, an Italian inspired cafe.

Valentino store by David Chipperfield Architects, São Paulo – Brazil

February 11th, 2017

Following the opening of its first store at Cidade Jardim mall in São Paulo four years ago, revived Italian fashion house Valentino has opened a second boutique at Jk Iguatemi, a rivalling luxury mall situated only a stone’s throw away across the Pinheiros river.

Pop-up project inside Valextra store by Snarkitecture, Milan – Italy

January 26th, 2017

A billowing cloud-like canopy in all white drapes from the ceiling, creating an ephemeral atmosphere and visual impact upon entering. “Our approach considered the forms and palette of the Valextra collection,” explains Daniel Arsham and Alex Mustonen of Snarkitecture.

Mon Purse store by FormRoom, London – UK

January 17th, 2017

Taking inspiration from the studio spaces of high-end fashion designers, Formroom looked to combine materials swatches and hardware samples with bespoke cabinetry a in a combination of marble, mirror and gold tones. Large digital screens and iPads in store also allow customers to custom build their bags online from within the store.

Marsèll Paradise Milano, Milan – Italy

January 12th, 2017

Marsèll Paradise Milano, as it’s officially called, is spread over two floors, and features a clean and contemporary interior that befits the hangar-like structure it occupies. There’s a coherence and balance in the choice of materials and colours, and the choice of structly functional furnishings adds to the orderly and restrained aesthetic.