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NEW YORK CITY – Designed by Tacklebox Architecture, the Aesop store on the Upper West Side celebrates beauty because of the past, not in spite of it.
LUXEMBOURG – Sneaker club Scoop (86) rethinks the role of the sports store by turning shoe shopping into social bonding.
CHENGDU, CHINA – Li Xiang unites fantasy and functionality to create an immersive space for physical and intellectual exploration.
TOKYO – Shoes walk off the shelves and fly into a mystical white forest in the imaginative world of Tokujin Yoshioka.
OBJECTS – Bonsoir Paris creates a set of modular travelling retail cases for the Dior Homme Made to Order Exotique Collection.
BEIJING – For the Cotton Republic flagship store, Ramoprimo combines an eye-catching display installation with statement shelving.
ROSKILDE, DENMARK – Beauty by boozt.com offers the product range of a cosmetics store with the intimate atmosphere of a walk-in closet.
SHANGHAI – This isn’t your auntie’s kitsch florist, crowded with dripping blooms. Alberto Caiola leverages edgy modernity for July’s Flowers.
TOKYO – Schemata Architects pairs spatial efficiency and clever design in the contemporary footwear store for a painless shopping experience.
BUDAPEST – A cloud of price tags floating inside a shopping centre hides a little irony, as Kissmiklos makes a circular statement about consumerism.
Stockholm – Christian Halleröd supplements the Swedish designer’s online store with a new – and this time temporary – offline experience.
TRENDS – 'Giving customers access to previously private parts of your brand space can deliver the high-impact moments needed for long-term loyalty.'
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