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Tokyo – For the new JINS store in Tokyo’s Ginza Loft, Jo Nagasaka and Schemata Architects used Scotch-Brite sponges as eyewear holders.
New York City – New York-based EC Studio's displays for Saks Fifth Avenue reflect the iconic brand's emphasis on modernity, individuality, personalisation and ease.
Antwerp – Barde + vanVoltt designs a sneaker store in Antwerp that meets the increasingly sophisticated tastes of the Millennial market.
Santhià, Italy – The Milan showroom of accessories display company EC Studio is a direct translation of the features that make their own products outstanding
OBJECTS – Bonsoir Paris creates a set of modular travelling retail cases for the Dior Homme Made to Order Exotique Collection.
LONDON – The Oxford Street Selfridges window displays are a look in the mirror for fashion consumerism.
As Hans Boodt Mannequins prepares to enter the premium market, owner Marco Ouwerkerk discusses the future of retail and how to adapt to it.
LONDON – Experimental exhibition stands modelling limitless three-dimensional forms have become synonymous with the HI-MACS brand.
SHANGHAI – Francesco Gatti of 3Gatti looks to children's blocks to give an Alter Cube store a flexible spatial scheme along with an interior identity.
BARCELONA – At its new showroom, mannequins and their mavens at Atrezzo celebrated a milestone anniversary with a special edition model wrapped in autumnal flowers and blossoms.
To celebrate the publication of Sebastiaan Bremer's new art book To Joy, we’re happy to announce a number of events in Amsterdam, New York and Miami for the US-based Dutch artist.
NEW YORK CITY – Brooklyn-based artist Edward Granger was invited to design windows for selected Hermès boutiques in New York City part of Vitrine d’Artiste, an ongoing programme involving local …
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