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Discussion in 'Art & Design' started by Acid, Jun 6, 2004.
Bottega Veneta (Daniel Lee) - Miami
Ohmygod I see that dreadful 80s-aesthetic that’s nightmarishly smeared abundantly in a film like Ruthless People to TV-series Pee-Wee’s Playhouse is creeping back into these store designs. Sadly, they don’t seem to be done with any ironic sensibility...
That Acne HQ looks like a high-end daycare— or the kindergarten section of the public library in a posh neighbourhood. And the stupid rock furniture. ...Sheesh.
Lol that Tulum pop-up by Dior.. not cliché at all.
I love Glossier's stores, some of their products and that London store is lovely.. while empty. Good luck to anyone that dares to walk in there at what's usually overcapacity.
Louis Vuitton stores are literally the house of a rapper or a Kardashian or anyone inherently vulgar that needs so many unnecessary objects denoting m.o.n.e.y. Same for that Céline perfume store, except that just looks like a room in a drug lord's mansion where for every bottle of perfume on display, there's an AK-47 hidden behind these horrid walls.
Chanel Holiday pop-up - New York
Tiffany & Co Men's pop up - New York
Town & Country/Retro World News
David Yurman - New York
Under the direction of Evan Yurman
Loewe - New York
Bulgari - Rome
Forte Forte - Chelsea, London
Chanel - Montreal
Virginie's clothes stick out like a sore thumb....
Canada Goose - Toronto
Canada Goose’s newest store has no inventory for shoppers to take home. Instead, the coatmaker wants consumers to have a multisensory experience to feel why the outerwear is worth the price-tag, which can top $1,000. It’s called “The Journey.” If “The Journey” does its job, shoppers will leave empty-handed, but filled with the anticipation that a new coat or accessory will arrive at their home that night, or the next day, if purchased after 2 p.m.
Prada Escape - Beijing
For the launch it housed Prada Escape, a concept created in partnership with Selfridges and inspired by travel and the outdoors, with yellow oilcloth curtains and wooden display surfaces.
God, that Canada Goose gimmick is such an embarrassment. It’s the brand of forced but ultimately generic marketing that’s conjured up by conglomerate Rogers, of which they’ve been pushing onto retailers relentlessly, from hustling unneeded home gadgets and "moviegoing" experience to this Canada Goose “journey” (I just can’t with “The Journey”…LOL) This brand is coveted by the lowest of the lows in Toronto, who will stalk their victims tot heir cars and rob them at knifepoint, or at the subway platform. It’s such a tacky brand/target to wear. (No wonder you can’t walk out of the store with a purchase, since these lowlife that covet the brand would be rushing these store non-stop the way that Victorai’s Secret stores are rushed in the US, if they actually stocked inventory.)
On a brighter note, the Loewe store is actually gorgeous and full of personality, despite such ratchet clothes.
Apple - Champs-Élysées
Giorgio Armani - Milan
Chloe (under Natacha Ramsay-Levi) - Zurich
Off-White - Kuala Lumpur
Issey Miyake - Shibuya, Tokyo
The Marc Jacobs - Paris
Chanel (Cruise & Neige collections only) - Courchevel
Tiffany & Co - Shanghai
Lanvin (first under Bruno Sailelli) - Shanghai
Chanel pop-up - Aspen