Owner Filippo Anzalone explains how he matches a selection of international brands to an assortment of niche magazines
Split into two floors, the ground floor is dedicated to the merchandising, but also to the limited-edition artworks, that let visitors bring a piece of art directly home
The role of communication in a sector which is experiencing a crisis. «Everybody is selling everything: we operate a selection», intw owner Pino Vastarella
Often referred to as ‘the Venice of Savoie,’ this lakeside Alpine town is treasured for its sloping hillsides and the canals that wind their way through the streets
A physical and virtual container that combines art, culture, and underground fashion owes its success to its contemporary vision and know-how in the retail world
Towns scattered around the country are rich in terms of historical buildings, more accessible in terms of costs and perhaps even more hungry for fashion
In a new wave of thinking about brick and mortar retail, reimagining the physical store, creating spaces where merchandise and art collide
Simplicity of materials can draw attention to garments, artwork, literature and music on display: thinking can matter more than buying, according to the trio Joste, Lafarge and Steinmetz
If in London the designers painted the walls in white, Faye Toogood chooses mud-colored walls and metal cages as bookcases
Painting, photography and a collection of objects picked up around the world – or designed by the artistic duo who launched the Roman concept store founded on culture and memories from the past
New openings around the world for a store that was raised from the ashes of the French boutique. The opening of a second store in Paris a year after the first, on the opposite side of the street
Milan: The most well-stocked photography bookstore in Europe. Photos lose their identity as standalone works,
a photo book is a book in which the principal message vehicle is the image.
Mail carriers cannot find the address to this modern-day Wunderkammer where each figure finds its own beastly and colorful avatar
From King’s Road to Covent Garden — the central London flagship store is an ode to design, hosting exhibits, selling fashion and design, and South American and African Crafts
Collecting what the “Brooklyn guy” would gravitate towards, once he acquired disposable income and a more refined appreciation of craftsmanship, details and materials.
HAN Kjøbenhavn has become a member of the Danish fashion industry, offering an alternative image of Denmark
Browns London stands out as the first multi-brand boutique in the British capital.
The interiors of Modern Society recall a lounge designed in that shabby-chic style that was all over London in the nineties and which still dominates certain circles
Concept stores converse with the genii locorum. Amongst shoes, dresses, accessories and home decor is a tribute to emerging Portuguese
A bridge between Europe and Korea, an exporter of new talents: nestled in Seoul’s most affluent neighborhood, a concept store that scouts and selects cutting-edge brands.
What has become of Japanese subcultures? In Laforet, in Tokyo, they still exist. History shows us how culture has always dominated markets in the long run, according to cycles
The rent had risen by 200% – Rei Kawakubo left Dover Street, although it was the London street that had launched the concept store, accounting for 35% of its turnover.
A place that tells the story of a district in Berlin: the Müjdeci brothers’ Voo Store has 50 employees from 22 different countries. Danish design, rough walls and bare brickwork.
A concept constructed around the consumer: a house with lounge, bedroom, walk-in-closet—almost all of it for sale