Louis Vuitton – Marc Jacobs’ Exhibition, Paris

The Louis Vuitton – Marc Jacobs exhibition at ┬áParis’ Musee des Arts Decoratifs highlights the two influential characters within the brand. Its founder and its creative director of 15 years and how they have influenced the brand at different stages in its life.

The exhibition features various displays of old trunks on the first floor, Vuittons original purpose of the brand. It was Jacob’s challenge, to introduce mens and womenswear collections to the brand which had already spanned nearly a century and a half. These contemporary outings are also displayed alongside Vuittons original work, contemporary dresses, handbags and overnight bags adorn mannequins and showcases against a back drop of reflective black and white flooring, fielded panel walls decorated grey and dark ceilings throughout. Continue Reading

Nike+ Fuelstation, Boxpark

Nike finally opened their unit in Boxpark, Shoreditch last week, the Nike+ Fuelstation. Boxpark has been open for a few months now and a lot of people were disappointed it wasn’t finished ready for the big opening considering it was the main anchor store.

Nike have unveiled the store as the ‘future of retail’. The aim of the store is to ‘balance digital interactivity with physical human experience’. Continue Reading