INDUSTRIE CLOTHING STORE, COVENT GARDEN

February 10, 2014 § Leave a comment

 

Australian clothing institution Industrie, founded in 1999, and with over 70 stores throughout Australia brought their brand to the UK market in 2013.

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Pop Store undertook the design and build, and, being their first store outside of Australia, located in Covent Garden, our goal was to wholeheartedly encompass the ethos of the brand – their focus is on producing modern, practical and instinctively masculine clothing for every man. 

Reflecting the brand’s identity, an Industrial core runs throughout the design of the store.

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Reclaimed timber flooring sits against whitewashed tongue and groove walling that reaches up to an exposed ceiling. Industrial lighting pendants hang down over the specially designed display units.

Fixtures made from hot rolled steel sit with both raw and black stained timber, while the vintage white acts to further enhance the industrial aesthetic, topped with clean lines and precision throughout the store.

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Canvas crates and woven grass matting give the store additional textures that soften the lines of the wooden floor and give warmth to the industrial styled unit.Australian clothing institution Industrie, founded in 1999, and with over 70 stores throughout Australia brought their brand to the UK market in 2013.

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Bremont Flagship Boutique in Hong Kong

September 16, 2013 § Leave a comment

Pop Store are proud to be the creative and management team behind Bremont’s new flagship boutique store in Hong Kong.

The opening of the boutique, which is located on Lyndhurst Terrace in Central Hong Kong, is over 2,000 sq ft & follows on from the success of its award-winning stand-alone flagship in London.

Giles English, Co-Founder of Bremont, said: “It is a big step for us to launch our own boutique in Hong Kong but we wanted to build on our considerable success with London and the exciting growth that Bremont has seen.

“When you have your own store you can really communicate your own brand message and DNA to your consumer. It also has a very positive effect on your wholesale markets as the brand becomes more visible.”

The store will be based on a similar design to the London space but will make more use of innovative technologies which portray the wonderful stories behind each watch that Bremont creates. The London boutique won UK Retail Store of the Year at the prestigious Retail Jeweller awards in July 2013.

Nick English, Co-Founder of Bremont, said: “As with our London boutique, Hong Kong will be more than just a traditional watch store.

“It will be a place for watch collectors to come and meet to talk about watches over a coffee or a Chivas whiskey.

We will also be expanding our explorers club from the UK to Hong Kong where we will have monthly events. We felt that we did not need to be in one of the prime shopping malls but instead create a unique space that could be used for events and be a destination shopping experience.”

Bremont is a British luxury watch brand manufacturing its mechanical watches in Henley-on-Thames, the UK. It was co-founded by brothers Nick and Giles English in 2002 and has made a substantial impact in the watch industry in a short time.

http://www.bremont.com

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The Clash Pop Up Store

September 13, 2013 § Leave a comment

In celebration of one of the most iconic bands to have ever come out of the UK, the first ever BLACK MARKET CLASH pop-up store opened on September 7th for 2 weeks in the heart of Soho, London. Pop Store are proud to be the management team behind the store.

The store opening coincides with the release of The Clash’s 2-disc ‘HITS BACK’ and collected recorded works ‘SOUND SYSTEM’ box, alongside re-releases of all of the band’s seminal studio albums, lovingly remastered from the original master tapes under the supervision of The Clash. The store, which is fully art directed and curated by the band will be open for a limited time only, from Saturday 7 September to Sunday 22 September 2013 at 75 Berwick Street, Soho. So get yourselves down there!

Chosen from the archives of members of the Clash, Black Market Clash will document one of the most important bands in rock and roll history.  It examines the music and life of the band through a display of the group’s instruments, stage clothing, rare memorabilia and never-before-seen original manuscripts and artifacts from the band.

In addition to these items, Black Market Clash will showcase film, video and the band’s seminal music.  This celebration is a reminder of the breath of The Clash’s influence, providing visitors with a unique one-off experience.

75 Berwick Street

75 Berwick Street

 

February 15, 2012 § Leave a comment

Here is a first look at the new Mulberry campaign for SS12. Can’t wait to see how this will be traslated into their windows and stores across the country. The image was taken by one of our all-time favourite photographers Tim Walker!

Design – A Room For London – London

February 13, 2012 § Leave a comment

What is A Room for London?

High up on the roof of Queen Elizabeth Hall, a riverboat appears to have come to rest…

A Room for London is a one-bedroom installation, available to rent by the public for night-long stays throughout 2012. During the year it will also transmit a programme of writing, performance and music.

Campaign – M&C Saatchi – Porn is moving to xxx

February 6, 2012 § 1 Comment

As you might already know by now porn sites are getting a new home. No longer will they be confined to www. websites they’ll have their own special place on the internet with sites beginning xxx. … you get the point.

Advertising gurus M&C Saatchi were put in charge of coming up with an advertising campaign that alerted the world to the change and the above pictures is what they come up with and we have to say it’s absolutely brilliant.

Art – Chewing Gum Artist – Ben Wilson – London

February 1, 2012 § Leave a comment

Ben Wilson made his name by applying artistic designs to that most unlikely of canvases, squashed pavement gum. An exhibition and trail of his work opens at Trinity Buoy Wharf on 2 February. The masticatory maestro is the first visiting artist in a new arts programme funded by Trinity Buoy Wharf Trust.

Each artist will leave a permanent work of art at the site, which is famous for its lighthouse and container city, and as home of the Longplayer 1000-year piece of music. As part of the show, Wilson has created a trail of illustrated chewing gum from East India DLR down to the Wharf, where you’ll find a photographic exhibition of his previous work. Ben Wilson’s exhibition is at The Boiler House, Trinity Buoy Wharf, E14 0JW on 3-5 February 2012, 12-5pm, with an opening night on 2 February (5-9pm). Entrance is free. The gum trail is visible at any time.

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