Last month, to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Parisian concept store, Colette imagined an ocean of translucent balls made of recyclable plastic. This event called THE BEACH was located in the nave of the Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris . This interactive art installation promised a fun and relaxing moment with friends or family. Designed by SNARKITECTURE an artists’ studio based in NY and founded by Daniel Arsham and architect Alex Mustonen. For this anniversary, Colette unveils 20 unique products from the magic lip balm to the designer sunglasses to jewelery, sneakers and an bike – all limited editions. http://www.colette.fr
THE LINE is bringing its hugely popular concept store to the Hamptons NY and it has set up shop in a 18-century light filled double-height home with towering oak beams. This marks the third location for Vanessa Traina’s cult-followed Apartments by The Line. Take a tour of this stunning 100% shoppable beach home—it just might be the most gorgeous décor store we’ve ever seen. source : mydomaine.com
Scatter my ashes at Bergdorf’s
Just love this documentary on the Manhattan department store with interviews from an array of fashion designers, style icons, and celebrities.
CAPRI is the new theme at the Home & Gift corner at Bongénie-Grieder Stores.
Come discover the new selection for this summer !
Funky Led Lamps available at Bongénie – Grieder stores in Geneva, Lausanne & Zurich
Inside the Seibu Shibuya department store in Tokyo, Nendo has recently completed the interiors of the ‘key to style’ fashion floor and the ‘hat cloud’ floor dedicated to millinery. The renovation of the women’s hat department saw the redesign adapting to the irregularly positioned columns. In response, a cloud-like floor plan was established within the intimate area with varying ceilings heights. the selection of hats are displayed against pastel pink walls; each one propped up by a handle to form a dynamic wall of umbrellas which wrap around the reflective seating area. source : dozen
Japanese architect Kengo Kuma has completed a space combining retail, culture and the arts for the contemporary chinese brand Shang Xia. Embodying Asian, high-quality craftsmanship in their opulent products, the store is located in a classical french villa within the historical and prominent district of Xintiandi in Shanghai. Inside the boutique, furniture, tea ware, clothing and jewelry are amongst some products that are elegantly displayed meanwhile a distinct and delicate canopy characterizes the space. The subtle and sculptural feature is the combination of natural wood and sandstone- instilling a sophisticated and refined look. source : designboom