Posts Tagged ‘Webshop’
Fermet restores the lost link between local farmers and customers by using modern technology. Through this renewed direct link the local farmer receives a lot more for his produce and the customer receives a fresher product than usual. Explore Fermet in Antwerpen (BE).
Furniture etailer Made.com opened an interactive showroom with a unique user experience. Shoppers will be able to browse the online retailers’ full online selection ‘virtually’ through full-scale projections in a number of room set-ups. Visitors can place orders in-store using iMac stations and can also use handheld CloudTags tablets to browse product information. Discover MADE in London (UK).
Argos combines the best of shopping online and shopping on the high street, offering a fast, easy and seamless way to get what the customer wants. Explore Argos in London (UK).
Bonobos is convinced that offering offline channels helps to attract a segment of customers that otherwise is hesitant to take the online plunge. Bonobos guideshop is bridging the gap between e-commerce and personalizing the customer experience. Discover Bonobos in New York (US).
Joe Button brings a fresh approach to the world of made-to-measure apparel. Discover Joe Button’s webshop (AU).
Internet shoppers in San Sebastian can now pick up their purchases from a shop that appears to be furnished with nothing but cardboard boxes. Visit Deskontalia near San Sebastian (ES).
Brantano created a hybrid retail environment where emotion and ratio were separated in different spaces. Explore Brantano in Mouscron (BE).
For Coolblue, buying online should not be a faceless, disconnected experience. People with real wants, want shops with real people. Have a look at Coolblue in Wilrijk near Antwerp (BE).
Biba is frequently mentioned in the same giddy breath as mini-skirts, Mini cars, the Kings Road, the pill and various other London ‘happenings’ which shall forever define the 1960’s as a decade that swung. It was, however, born of humble origins – garments were initially sold cheaply and to many, by mail order in newspapers. But by the early 1970’s, Biba – a labour of love, a label, a lifestyle – had reached hitherto unknown heights of sophistication, innovation and retail experimentation, via its legendary Big Biba emporium on Kensington High Street (once hailed in the Sunday Times as ‘the most beautiful store in the world’). The end came through a combination of clashes between the management and the dire downturn in the British economy. A rebirth of the brand has been launched exclusively at House of Fraser in September 2010 with a dedicated website Mybiba.com.