Photography: Laszlo Regos Photography Inc.,
Made primarily of white powdercoated metal,
many of the fixtures in this store are iconic and
functional, such as the Sock Troughs, where latest styles are displayed with try-on forms ready
for mixing and matching, and the Mixing Bowl,
featuring bunkers below to hold postcards and
coloring station materials. The entire store
reflects the tween girl lifestyle and is filled with
fun elements: a mailbox invites suggestions and
postcards, and the rectangular box cashwrap features round transaction surfaces that place the
customer and sales associate side by side.
Design: Adrienne Weiss Corporation, Chicago
Design: JGA, Southfield, Mich.
Fixtures/Visual Elements: Where It’s At,
Flooring: Azrock, Houston
Lighting: Lighting Management Inc.,
Harriman, N. Y.
Materials: Benjamin Moore, Montvale, N.J.
Materials: Madico, Woburn, Mass.
Materials: Sherwin-Williams Co., Cleveland
Retailer: Miss Matched Inc., New York
Magico Imperial: Golden Spider Racks
Laval, Quebec, Canada
Three metal floor units, referred to as the “golden spider racks,” lend
a graceful, sculptural appearance to this fashion retailer. Incorporating
gold-tinted glass plates, the plates allow additional accessories to be
presented on the “spider leg” stems. “Glamour gold,” which adds
a touch of edginess, is the dominant color found on the metal fix-
tures, as well as the bunk unit, floor racks, mirrors, glass shelves, wall
hanging system, and cash unit, striking a modern balance with the
store’s black merchandise
niches on the angular wall.
The display units, including
the multi-planed bunk unit
that measures 4 feet by 10
feet, are custom built.
Design: Ruscio Studio, Montreal
Fixtures: Serge Cantin Inc., Ville Saint-
Laurent, PQ, Canada
Retailer: Imperial Fashion, Montreal
Photography: Leeza Studio, Longueuil, PQ, Canada
Sephora: The Beauty Studio
Roseville Galleria, Roseville, Calif.
The heart of the retailer’s new store
concept, the Beauty Studio is strategically located central to Makeup and
Skincare areas to provide a location to
discuss personalized recommendations.
Evocative of a theatrical dressing table,
fixture lighting adjusts to replicate various day/evening conditions, mirrors adjust and can feature promotional graphics,
and the individual stations fold away when not in use, like a
makeup artist’s train case. Made with metal, acrylic, glass
and Avonite, the Beauty Studio anchors Sephora’s brand.
Design: Sephora USA Inc., San Francisco
Fixtures: Preferred Display, Clifton, N.J.
Retailer/General Contracting: Sephora
USA Inc., San Francisco
Photography: Hudson-Cuneo, San Francisco
State-of-the-art, interactive, internally illuminated wall units such as this
winning display provide video and motion sensors to showcase the high-
tech wireless home entertainment music systems to consumers. By wav-
ing their hand in front of a panel, shoppers watch the display light up the
products they have indicated and an advertorial
demonstration video plays on the screen. Custom
videos can play on five monitors that provide live
action examples of the products in use. Created
with white melamine, custom acrylic brick cubes,
screen-printed brushed chrome plates, and lit
with white and blue LEDs, the fixtures emulate
the store’s modern and airy style.
Design: Sony Style Design Team
Winntech, Kansas City, Mo.
Retailer: Sony Style Stores, various