Flagship Store | Store Design | Fashion | Interiors

by Jon Peters

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Flagship Store | Store Design | Fashion | Interiors

Fashionable Flagships
By: Jon Peters

One of the biggest advantages about being interested in fashion and living in a large city like NYC or London is that you have access to the world’s biggest and well-known brands. Most of the larger, globally known brands have a flagship store in a big city that has tons of traffic and caters to their demographic. For instance, English brands Burberry and Alexander McQueen both just recently opened flagship stores in London at Regent Street and Saville Row, respectively. I do love London, and these brands take pride in their Brit heritage, but there’s definitely no place like NYC. The shopping is on another level completely and anything you could ever want is on a 13-mile island (aka the center of the universe) and fashion mainstays and budding brands alike try to have at least one store in the city. Versace and Proenza Schouler both have new flagship stores in the big apple, with one in SoHo and the other on Madison Avenue. Being in Tampa has it’s benefits and disadvantages, and except for International Plaza, there really isn’t anything here like what London or NYC has to offer in terms of high-end shopping. So if you’re in either city, make sure you check out some awe-inspiring store interiors, and be sure to pick me up something on the way back!

Burberry | Flagship Store | Exterior | Regent Street | West End

Burberry | Flagship Store | Store Design |Interior | Regent Street

Burberry | Flagship Store | Store Design | Two Story | Clothes

Burberry | Flagship Store | Store Design | Glass Case | Accessories | Luggage

Burberry | Flagship Store | Store Design | Seating Area | Dressing Room

Burberry | Flagship Store | Shopping | Glossy Floor | Retail Design

McQueen | Flagship Store | Store Design | Fashion | Exterior

McQueen | Flagship Store | Store Design | Fashion | Mens Suit

McQueen | Flagship Store | Parquet Floor | Menswear | Fashion | Interiors

McQueen | Flagship Store | Store Design | Ornate Molding | Seating Area | Interiors

McQueen | Flagship Store | Store Design | Suspended Shelves | Shoe Rack

Proenza Schouler | Flagship Store | Store Design | Fashion Design | Wood

Proenza Schouler | Flagship Store | Shoe Rack | Staggered Shelves | Interiors

Proenza Schouler | Flagship Store | Store Design | Brick Wall | Shoe Rack

Proenza Schouler | Flagship Store | Store Design | Floating Shelves | Suspended Clothing Rack

Proenza Schouler | Flagship Store | Store Design | Close-Up | Textured Wall | Interiors

Versace | Flagship Store | Store Design | Donatella | Fashion | Handwritten Note

Versace | Flagship Store | Pin Button | Store Organization | Fashion | Acrylic Box

Versace | Flagship Store | High End | Gold Walls | Donatella

Versace | Flagship Store | Store Design | Lucite | Gold | Clothing Rack | Fashion Design

Photos via Vogue UK here, and here, Harper’s Bazaar, Retail Design Blog and Architectural Digest.

Written by: Jon Peters

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About Jon Peters

Jon Peters is a graduate of the University of South Florida, where he majored in marketing.

Raised in Tampa, Jon has spent most of his life in the bay area but considers North Carolina to be a second home. He is obsessed with Twitter, Bravo, and pictures of dessert on Pinterest. In his spare time, he likes to throw Frisbee with his two Bull Terriers and explore the local shops and restaurants around town.

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