Just across the road from the Hôtel Costes, the
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Billionaireis going all in with its expansion in France. The Italian menswear brand, acquired by Germany’s Philipp Plein in 2016, has opened its first ever French store, a 130-square-metrelocated at 362/364 Rue Saint-Honoré, Paris.
Just across the road from the Hôtel Costes, the
three-storeyboutique was designed by architect Claudio Pironi and makes for an imposing presence with its tall rounded windows on the corner of the Cour Vendôme. From the outside, the label’s iconic golden lion can be seen, poised to greet visitors on the first floor.
Chanel opened a major new Paris flagship on Thursday, combining three buildings, including a former 17th-century convent, in a megastore at 19 rue Cambon designed by Peter Marino.
The giant 1,500 square-meter store, which spreads around the corner of Paris’ busiest luxury thoroughfare, St Honoré, to rue Duphot and rue Cambon, with entrances on all three streets, is named 19 rue Cambon. Giant plate glass walls at the back reveal an interior where there grow camellias, Coco’s fetish flower.
The store is also located just 50 meters from Chanel’s historic Paris headquarters at 31 rue Cambon, also the site of the studio of Chanel’s creative director Karl Lagerfeld, a building first acquired by Coco Chanel in 1918.
Cupertino, Calif.-based tech giant Apple has unveiled its latest retail space along the located on the corner of Champs-Élysées and Rue Washington in Paris. Crafted by frequent collaborators Foster + Partners the store has been built as a “quintessential Parisian apartment”.
The store is designed to carefully blend the surviving original detailing with new contemporary and light-filled interiors. Accessible via a 19th-century passage, the store welcomes visitors into a revitalized courtyard that includes large, mature trees beneath a kaleidoscope solar roof-light crafted with mirrored pyramids.
Japanese cosmetics brand En has opened its first retail space within an 18th-century structure in the heart of Paris. Crafted by locally based design studio ARCHIEE, the store is divided into two levels—a ground floor and vaulted basement—outfitted into smaller spaces thanks to circular, polished brass partitions.
ARCHIEE is a creative studio founded in Paris, France in 2011 by architects Yusuke Kinoshita and Daisuke Sekine. Spanning across many disciplines such as • architecture • spatial design • furniture design • graphics • info-graphics • web design • their work is deeply connected to their architectural ideology.
While preparing its upcoming New York fashion show, Victoria’s Secret is preparing to land in Paris. Long awaited in the Parisian city, the brand has indeed found the place in which to open the first flagship on the French territory. The US underwear brand will inaugurate a franchise store in 2019 with its Italian partner Percassi.
In anticipation of the Moschino x H&M collaboration due in November, the Italian fashion label has unveiled its brand-new retail concept in Paris, where it opened a second store at 255 rue Saint-Honoré.
The 270-square-meter premises, inside a typical 18th-century Parisian building, extend on two floors, with the ground floor reserved to accessories and the first floor dedicated to ready-to-wear collections. The interior design is elegant and minimalistic, with an abundance of pink granite, Plexiglas and mirrors, featuring steel and black leather furniture.
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Cult London sneaker retailer Footpatrol recently opened the doors to its new Parisian outpost. The store — located near the Pompidou in the Le Marais district — was designed by London-based Counterfeit Studio, with references to the retailer’s hometown location throughout.
The store features industrial-influenced design touches, with exposed concrete throughout and steel girder-style benches in the space. The first store is referenced through the black storefront and the suspended galvanized steel ceiling recalling the pitched roof of the London outpost. As well as the strong sneaker selection, the shop’s other focal point is Footpatrol’s signature Gas Mask logo, with a white neon iteration acting as the centerpiece of the space.
Nothing quite like springtime Paris. At least for Moschino, which will open both a flagship boutique and a special pop-up store in the coming months.
Italian luxury brand has announced that it will launch a new pop-up within French department store Printemps beginning next month. Located within the atrium of the store’s flagship along Boulevard Haussmann in Paris, the “Moschino Loves Printemps” pop-up will showcase an exclusive capsule collection against a black and white backdrop of elements that include the signature, oversized Moschino teddy bear. Moschino’s pop-up announcement arrives along with news that the brand will introduce a new boutique on the Rue Saint-Honoré in Paris as well.