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High-end fashion brand Jil Sander recently unveiled their new retail design concept at the refurbished flagship store on Kurfürstendamm in Berlin. The new brand direction and aesthetic, created by Milan-based architect Andrea Tognon, highlights Jil Sander’s commitment to purity, clean lines and simple geometries.
Surrounded by Swedish fashion powerhouses on all sides, Monk House Design’s newest store in the CBD is quietly flying the flag for independent Australian fashion.
The ultimate Berlin dream home is a ‘Haus am See’, a property with waterfront access beside one of the many attractive lakes surrounding the city. The earth is almost pure sand around here, so the shorelines are beach-like and the lakes are clean.
The British luxury leather goods and ready-to-wear label J&M Davidson commissioned Universal Design Studio to design their boutique located on Mount Street, Mayfair.
Mackage, Canada’s coveted manufacturer of highly tailored, fur-trimmed winter coats has over 1,000 points of sale worldwide including the world’s very best global department stores. Establishing their first flagship of an international rollout in their hometown of Montreal, the company engaged Burdifilek to create a unique physical presence.
MVRDV were commissioned to design CHANEL’s flagship store in Amsterdam, which saw the architects replace...
Without the virtuosity of its petites mains working in the secrecy of the ateliers, Haute Couture wouldn’t have its unique and incomparable brilliance. At CHANEL their expertise is deployed in two tailleur ateliers and two flou ateliers [tailoring and dressmaking].
Underneath the roof of a small Church (1400 AD) in the historic center of Rome, a new Concept store was born: DANA Roma. The passion for Arts and Fashion started the project where the “Made in Italy” is the lead element, thanks to the Italian designer accurately selected and provided.
Bill Cunningham, the New York Times‘ ubiquitous man-on-the-street photographer whose life and work was the subject of Richard Press’ acclaimed 2010 documentary Bill Cunningham New York, died Saturday 25/6 in New York at 87.
The 13th-century travelogue of Marco Polo, Il Milione, was a reference Michele threw out backstage. The veracity of Polo’s travels to Cathay and Manji, now comprising China, have been much challenged, his visions credited to the fabulosity of his imagination rather than the accuracy of his reporting. Michele can be accused of the same, which is no matter.