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Paris – Studio GGSV devised the fairy-tale-themed Demain, le vaisseau chimère for Galeries Lafayette’s first-floor cultural space.
Madrid – Using a pink and orange palette that mimics the colourful blocks of its client, Loreak, design studio Pensando en Blanco went bold with two new stores.
Shanghai – XU Studio makes new Chinese skincare brand Junping stand out from its Asian competitors by targeting women who are already fond of science.
London – For the London-based optical retailer For Art’s Sake, Aleksa Studio designed a flagship that looks straight out of a movie set.
Paris – For their first store in Saint-Germain, cosmetic company EN had Archiee design a space referencing French and Japanese beverage culture.
Beijing – Designed by WAA, WeMarket is the second stage of a business strategy developed by AnyShopStyle, promoting up-and-coming designers in China.
Xi’an, China – In Xi’an, the YJY Maike Centre flagship helps mark a new era for bookstores and the city.
New York City – The new Celine flagship on Madison Avenue is nearly indiscernible from Hedi Slimane’s previous spatial iterations for other fashion houses.
Milan – Storage Associati revived a historic landmark theatre in the Italian city for the Swiss luxury fashion house’s offices and showroom.
Detroit – The company’s first hospitality venture represents its local roots and invests in the rebirth of the city still recuperating from economic and demographic hardship.
In her upcoming St-W Lab talk, Understanding the Connected Customer, Rachel Arthur will assess the balance between privacy and personalisation in retail.
Melbourne – Vision Studio by Studio Edwards is an example of the fashion industry’s spatial impact on the luxury eyewear market.
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