Posts Tagged ‘fashion’

Christopher Raeburn store by andthen-studio, London – UK

July 14th, 2018

Using materials including anodised metal, pulley systems, climbing ropes and carabiners, the elements communicated the rugged, outdoorsy-but-achingly-cool feel of the brand in a visual way. The high ceilings and bright environment allowed the andthen-studio to create a concept that made an impactful use of the space. Details, like laser-etched logos on the clothes rails, added further interest that subtly tells the Raeburn story to the customer.

Louis Vuitton pop-up store, Tokyo – Japan

July 12th, 2018

The setting features paneling, displays and cabinets, all dipped in neon orange – a shade that’s abundantly used in the items on offer of Louis Vuitton‘s A/W 2018 collection. The collection is themed Perspective, and offers a fresh interpretation of Louis Vuitton‘s traditional items and motifs.

Joana João store by Kube Arquitetura, Rio de Janeiro – Brasil

July 6th, 2018

The concept created by Kube Arquitetura tries to rescue the history of the brand, established in the late 1980’s, through the outdoor games typical of that time. The furniture, inspired by a home yard, aims to create a playful, interactive ambience.

dot COMME store by Sibling Architecture, Melbourne – Australia

July 6th, 2018

Dipped in a pristine white hue, it’s an uncluttered space with striking bulbous walls and mirrored sections. It’s the perfect backdrop for the colour-infused furniture pieces and a light fixture by Memphis and Gaetano Pesce.

JET store by COA Arquitectos, Mexico City – Mexico

July 4th, 2018

The materials that predominate are slate and concrete that manage to create a perfect balance with the glass facade framed in wood.

Henderson store by Briggs Hillier, Moscow – Russia

July 3rd, 2018

Low level furniture has been designed to provide clear views across the floor, to allow customers to navigate and shop with ease. And whilst casualwear is presented at the front of the store, and formalwear towards the back, the two are adjoined by accessories at the centre of the space, encouraging customers to browse the whole store.

Blue in Green store by Space Co. Ltd, Hiroshima – Japan

June 29th, 2018

Blue in Green store by Space Co. Ltd, Hiroshima – Japan

Blank store by An, Shanghai – China

June 28th, 2018

Inside, an elongated terrazzo table, adorned with a chunk of inlaid yellow glass, takes centre stage, and serves as both as a product display and as bar or table at in-house parties and events. Situated directly behind it, running along the back wall, is a bar crafted from terrazzo and copper, and it comes with faucets and a small sink.

Undefeated store, Tokyo – Japan

June 27th, 2018

Upon entering the store, shoppers are met by an expansive sneaker made from timber, paired with matching displays, leather-clad low benches and sleek steel clothing racks. One floor up, the emphasis is on apparel and accessories, and the setting adapts accordingly with an entire wall of shelving framed in dark corrugated steel.

Crown Wears showroom by Zero Inch, Gazipur – Bangladesh

June 26th, 2018

Industrial design involves metal and wood. Hence, the furnishing was industrial style inspired combining a large number of metal and wood. While the display space and lounge was given porcelain tile flooring, the conference room was slightly elevated with HDF wooden flooring.

Belle and Sue store by Molet, Tel Aviv – Israel

June 23rd, 2018

To make this concept come alive we used a combination of concrete, solid wood and iron, as well as a touch of polycarbonate in the dressing rooms and shelves. As for lighting, we played around with light sources that add to Belle & Sue’s unique shopping experience.

IN store by SPACE, Osaka – Japan

June 21st, 2018

A store of Kyoto origination. This store is selecting unique casual wear and goods from all over the world. An original lifestyle is proposed.

La Garçonnière store by Studio BEAU FAIRE, Bordeaux – France

June 20th, 2018

Creation of the second shop of the concept store La Garçonnière in heart of Bordeaux, in order present a unique space dedicated to the man. A space 270m2 whit differents corners like, the dandy club, the barber shop, the grocery.. in a voluntarily mix decor, between vintage, industrial and contemporain.

SML store by Kube Arquitetura, Rio de Janeiro – Brasil

June 20th, 2018

The clothes are exhibited all over the perimeter of the store with a rebar-made modular structure that sets the dynamic of the space and make the displaying of pieces flexible and innovative. Wooden niches strategically distributed are used to group the folded clothes’ stock as well as shelves for hangers.

Miu Miu Disco pop-up store, Hong Kong

June 19th, 2018

As its name already implies, the ephemeral space takes cues from the disco era during the 1970s and 1980s, and features a mirrored bar setting in glowing pink, replete with stools, and the prerequisite glittering disco balls.

Issey Miyake store by Tokujin Yoshioka, London – UK

June 16th, 2018

Captured in black and white palette, each floor is fitted out with a cutting-edge triangular steel powder coated hanger rail which displays Issey Miyake’s apparel pieces as if they were floating in mid air.

KSUSHA RAIKOVA Showroom by Vsevolod Dobrovolskii & Ksenia Raykova, Saint-Petersburg – Russia

June 13th, 2018

An open metal structural feature in the center of the space creates different functional zones: entry, presentation, fitting and back of house – without any partitions, and with the natural window light.

1 WOR flagship store by Domani, Shenzhen – China

June 7th, 2018

The outline of the space may have been used as the base of the interior design, but the spatial experience is anchored by the so-called four colour theorem which blurs the perception of all obvious dimensions.

Alysi store by Studiopepe, Milan – Italy

June 5th, 2018

The final space – the dressing lounge – is wrapped in muted grey and pale green with soft carpeting and luxuriously pooled curtains. The oval reappears in the shape of the thinly framed full-length mirrors, concluding for the visitor a contemporary translation of femininity.

Supreme Store by Neil Logan Architect, New York City

June 2nd, 2018

The skate bowl, a self-supporting site-specific installation was designed and built by Steven Bladgett of the art collective Simparch. The bowl’s complex geometric form was fabricated with the aid of CNC technology.