The Marc O’Polo flagship store opens the doors to a new sense of retail well-being. Scandinavian designer furniture, high ceilings, carefully combined items like suitcases, photos, books and large, unexpected objects all bring the store to life: the lifestyle of the urban nomad. Explore Marc O’Polo in München (DE).
This children’s bookshop wanted to create an enchanting experience that invites children to fall in love with reading. The space is a magical one where children can experience adventure, mystery, creativity, and use their imagination. Discover The Little Bookworm in Chongqing (CN).
The “Live Concept Store” is systematically centering around product and brand experience – the visitors are animated to touch, test, and get inspired, thus identifying for themselves the benefits of digital services and products. Explore O2 Live in Berlin (DE).
One can browse the whole product range of Rag, collect favourite pieces, put them on or again order them online if not available, watch videos and photographs, check the most-sold products and depending on your personality buy or avoid exactly those products. Explore Rag in Vienna (AT).
The elegant, geometric design of the new Stuart Weitzman flagship store in Milan represents the shoe designer’s desire to create something that is as beautiful as it is practical. Discover Stuart Weitzman in Milan (IT).
Like all GANT stores this flagship store in München was designed with a mix of vintage and modern elements. Generous space design and attention to detail are reminiscent of the American roots of the brand. Explore GANT in München (DE).
Een showroom voor het hele gezin waar Samsung ervaring en expertise op een unieke manier samenbrengt. Een unieke Samsung-ervaring: aanraken, voelen, proberen, ontdekken. Visit the Samsung store in Brussels (BE).
Type Hype is made for those who appreciate tactile design, premium printed matter and tangible quality. Type Hype combines sustainable production and Berlin attitude with individual design from A to Z. Visit Type Hype in Berlin (DE).
The Charm Collective is a network of five leading and progressive retailers in Bruges. From 8 to 11 May they organize a mini festival under the title London Calling. One entire street will be transformed into a real pop-up street for young and old. As many as 10 properties in the street receive a temporary makeover, both on the inside and on the outside. Examples are a fish & chips corner, a Savile Row style tailoring shop, a pop-up café and street art. The festival starts with an after work for kids and is followed by a series of related events like a “High Noon Tea” moment, a MOD meeting, a 60s live band and a street art workshop. Discover more about London Calling in Bruges (BE).