All retail and gym elements are anchored in the benefits of achieving a neutral body-mind state. The premise, according to the brand, is that neutrality is the key to unlocking inner power.
Radlab’s Modular Urban Vending cart is a redesign of Boston’s traditional street vendor pushcart and now provides easily customized interiors.
Similar to previous endeavours elsewhere across the planet, sportswear giant Nike has cleverly added a striking pop-up platform in Shanghai that serves as an extension for its popular range of running shoes.
Taking experiential and hybrid retailing to new levels, Samsung has unveiled a 55,000 sq ft flagship in New York's Meatpacking District focused on trailing, entertainment, local connections and immersive play
Amplifying the standard guest experience, Westfield has partnered with London's Sanderson Hotel to trial a virtual reality mirror, allowing residents to shop designer fashion in room.
Adidas has unveiled its largest flagship to date on NYC's Fifth Avenue – a new stadium inspired hybrid retail concept.
O2 is looking to revolutionise tech retailing with two new concept stores focused on experiential customer service and teaching/inspiration areas for dissecting cutting edge tech.
Hong Kong airline Cathay Pacific has partnered with fashion etailer NetAPorter to offer its passengers mile high shopping from NetAPorter and its sister site Mr Porter, with delivery straight to their hotel room postflight.
London department store Harvey Nichols' newly redesigned accessories floor – devised by London based architects Virgile + Partners – features a Handbag Clinic run by a local repair specialist. It offers repair and restoration services, such as cleaning or weather protection.
Explorative, discovery centric and self-steered brand experiences are set to boom in value.
British department store Harvey Nichols has reopened the menswear department of its London flagship with a discovery oriented reboot.
Trading on the power of consumer communities, several US brands have opened NY flagships with a distinctly group focused mentality.
Nike created a temporary indoor skateboard park dubbed The Garage in a former car wash in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, open to anyone willing to sign up for a Nike+ account – a free profile affording users access to Nike's key apps.