Posts Tagged ‘Fashion’
The store occupies a lofty unit on the ground floor and features a setting that beautfully blends a minimalist aesthetic with elements taken from thai craft culture. Woven bamboo, used in traditional structures across the country, was the starting point of the design project, and has been artfully used throughout the store. Explore Isabel Marant in Bangkok (TH).
The Études Studio store is located in a secluded courtyard. The design is wonderfully austere and adapts well to the elongated dimensions of the space. Floods of daylight, allowed in through an expansive row of windows, add a sense of serenity to the store at any time of the day. Discover Études Studio in Paris (FR).
The new MSGM boutique is dedicated to menswear, womenswear and accessories collections. The concept uses flexible, modular iron structures to create a dynamic exhibition of the products. Black and white marble surfaces broken up by a fluorescent yellow line shows a distinctive signature of the brand. Visit MSGM in Hong Kong (HK).
Lacoste store in Regent Street is a fusion of ’50s retro-style and Lacoste heritage. Widely thought to represent the first time a brand name was displayed on the outside of an article of clothing, the signature crocodile of Lacoste has its history on the tennis courts. Explore Lacoste in London (UK).
The SCOOP Store is a physical launch platform for designers and brands that offers them a place for their creations to be sold, without the need for their presence. Explore SCOOP store in Antwerpen (BE).
DEAR: is a house label for women’s clothing, men’s clothing and jewellery that mixes up wearable japanese avant-garde with vintage pieces from all around the world that meet the label’s criteria. Carefully selected antique pieces, curiosities and modern pieces are also presented as ideas for home decorating. Explore DEAR: Revington+ in New York (US).
House Of Men, for men seeking the ultimate convenience and above all fun. Visit House of Men in Amsterdam (NL)
Designed like much of her collection, everything is created by starting with the materials first and working back towards form and function. The store itself is beautifully spacious and relaxed, mixing a neutral palette of widely found materials such as reclaimed wood, concrete and travertine. Everything in the store adds to the atmosphere. Just from the first glance you’ll know that your in a very cool, chic place; a store that’s obviously a very intimate and personal expression of Rachel Comey. Explore Rachel Comey in Soho, New York (US).
The store has the look and feel of a Hunkemöller mansion, divided into various sections devoted to different moods. The flagship store sells all of the product groups in the Hunkemöller collection, exhibiting them creatively with special techniques, such as an ‘intelligent lighting system’ for the window displays, digital signage, a Sexy Shapes bra bar and even distinctive fragrances for each product group. There is also a VIP fitting room, where you can change the lighting and background to suit your mood. This is a store that takes shopping for lingerie to a whole new, multi-sense, dimension. Explore Hunkemöller in Antwerp (BE).
An inspirational Fashion Luxury Destination that It reflects the richness and spirit of Istanbul. In the store it was all about building in a sense of luxury and service to each department. Both the men’s and women’s areas, for example, offer VIP fitting rooms. To enhance the space and to add imposing landmark transition areas between floors, the business has invested in works from local artists and furniture designers. Explore Beymen Zorlu Center in Istanbul (TR).