Men’s forms are posed
casually on tables and
this Dockers store in
Mexico. A.R.E. featured
member: Callison, Seattle
Photo: Callison, Seattle
New technology is
industrial design of
the new Denim &
Supply shop by
Ralph Lauren in
Square store in
New York City.
fabrics bring interest to
a grouping of pendant
lights at Relax, by the
Tommy Bahama team,
in the Third Street South
district of Naples, Fla.
At H&M in New York City,
artists’ models enliven
of apparel. Double-sided
mounting tape holds the
props in place.
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