From Designer Brownstone Boutiques to Curated Lifestyle Retail

By: Rebecca Byers - Jul 2, 2016
From lavish designer flagships set inside Upper East Side brownstones to nostalgia-driven tech brand exhibitions, the top June 2016 retail design ideas highlight the progression toward experience-driven shopping behaviors.

The first NYC store from the Olsen twin-owned luxury fashion brand, the Row's new East Coast flagship is situated within a stunning Upper East Side brownstone and has been designed to give off the feel of an ultra-luxe private apartment.

Separately, a unique pop-up exhibition is currently on display in Tokyo's PAR-KING GINZA, the parking garage-turned-retail space that is located beneath the city's iconic Sony Building. The nostalgic exhibition celebrates the 70th anniversary of the Sony brand and the 50th anniversary of the Sony Building, while it also marks the launch of a Sony Innovation Lounge a few floors up.