IKKO TANAKA ISSEY MIYAKE pop-up shop
Ikko Tanaka (1930-2002) was a force to be reckoned with in Japan’s graphic design scene. Graduated from the University of the Arts of the City of Kyoto, the creative born in Nara has created an extraordinary legacy that covers a large number of companies, institutions and industries, both in the national territory and abroad.
The Rimowa image now shines brighter than ever
The store measures 877 sqm. (9,440 sq.ft.) set across two floors of a modern eight-storey building, situated alongside Chuo Dori and just a stone’s throw away from Ginza Six mall.
Christian Louboutin’s Miami Flagship is a Testament to Their Sustainability Efforts
Fully clad in tree bark, the Christian Louboutin Flagship boutique in Miami is a 3,874 square-foot visual statement that reaffirms the brand’s sustainability efforts.
Max Lamb designs Valextra’s new boutique in Hong Kong, China
The Milan-based luxury leather bags and accessories manufacturer has now opted for a unit at Harbour City, an upscale mall in the Tsim Sha Tsui area of town, and this time, commissioned London-based designer Max Lamb to create an interior design.