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London – The relocated Bond Street store designed by McQueen’s creative director Sarah Burton and Smiljan Radic departs from past aesthetics.
Amsterdam – Local Projects’ Jake Barton explains how the institution’s interactive experience can help promote behavioural change in consumers.
Madrid – The Malababa flagship store in Madrid is a love letter to things that have made the brand a manufacturing marvel – and people have taken notice.
Tokyo – In Tokyo, Rikako Nagashima celebrates Descente Blanc’s puffer jackets using nothing but by-products from their production.
Five designers and creators present their ideas for the vehicle of the future: approaching the body as a mode of transport, Vera de Pont contemplates smart shoes for pedestrians.
Milan – Italian design consultancy Studiopepe transforms the interior of the Alysi boutique into a voyage led by shape and palette.
LONDON, PARIS, and MILAN – With the conclusion of the 2018 Autumn/Winter fashion shows, Frame looks at the set designs that distinguished themselves from the runway-of-the-mill.
Paris – Boris Devis translates the Art-Deco legacy of the Poiret fashion house for the modern era of Instagram.
BEIJING, China – Cun Design transforms an abandoned factory into a sophisticated and innovative commercial space for fashion designers and buyers.
Seoul – Migliore + Servetto Architects designs an immersive set up for Max Mara’s fifth retrospect exhibition at Dongdaemun Design Plaza.
Moscow – The concept store’s new location builds on its namesake’s raw industrial aesthetic with statement brand installations and eight-metre ceilings.
PARIS – Frame speaks to Flip Ziedses Des Plantes, whose exhibition design for Filling Pieces is now overtaking the footwear brand’s retail presence around the world.
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