Op-Ed Visual Merchandising

Fashion Décor: New Interiors for Concept Shops

DALLAS, Apr 5, 2010 / FW/ — A new book out by Ginko Press, “Fashion Decor: New Interiors for Concept Shops” looks into the 21st century visual merchandising when choice is taken for granted, consumers demand creative and unique shopping venues.

For savvy fashion boutique owners, it’s ‘experience design’ or concept design that makes the difference between success and failure. The examples presented in Fashion Décor reveal the passion and innovation of designers in every detail—from a store logo constructed from a cascade of hanging crystals to an abstract tree sculpted out of plastic pipes, all are intended to awe and attract customers.

Included are the Camper Shop and Diesel Denim Gallery, plus a host of other masterful projects created for Marni, Stussy, Alberto Ferretti, Issey Miyake, Swarovski and Nike.

Featured contributors include international architecture and design giants such as Pentagram (UK), Tokuijin Yoshioka Design (Japan), Universal Design Studio (UK/Australia), Marcel Wanders (Netherlands), and Studio Arthur Casas (Brazil). All are accompanied by detailed floor plans.

Fashion Decor: New Interiors for Concept Shops 240 Pages
Hardcover
8 1/4″ x 11 1/4”
400 Illustrations
English
ISBN-13: 978-1-58423-384-8
$39.95