Fashion is the predictable flowchart to the sunshine of glamour. It’s the penny for all your luxurious thoughts. It commences its voyage from a simple round collared tee to lavish handpicks, as well as from exquisite accessories to a tiny brooch. It’s even not about how you carry yourself at the drop of a hat but also makes the best of both worlds in terms of your surroundings and lifestyle. Amidst all the hot potatoes of the creative physiognomy, fashion houses have painted the walls of comfort and beauty with the best hues of varied shopping experiences too. In between the dilemma of want and need, there remains the jaw dropping feel of “shop till you drop”. The retail layouts most effectively cut the mustard with all the latest fashion stories and creations. Quoting a new outlook all the way long, in the heart of London’s Covent Garden, resides the eye-catching store of Tiffany & Co.
It recently has ventured the concept of being less grand and traditional and focusing more on an intriguing, relaxed shopping experience. This new beginning has been given the name of “Dubbed Style Studio” covering a huge area of 2,100 square feet. To most of the customer’s delight, this newly popped emporium features perfume vending machine, leather embossing, as well as engraving. Joining joints with price scaling and ultra-luxury servicing, this luxe retailer is one of its kind to differentiate offers from its high-end jeweler peers. The best part customers are in kinship with is creating their own monograms, designs on screens and then see them getting transformed into jewelry pieces or other graceful items. Bedecked in black, the store staffs and trainers are also made look appealing, carrying a signature style more casual. The company is like a wild child, happy go merry on setting up exemplary creative ways of wearing jewelry.
To the amaze-balls, there are even arrangements done at the back-end of the store for communicative client events, parties and expositions based on artworks from young artists working with international art fund outset. Its all pivoted on personification rather than just luxury. The most interesting fact is that experiential retail is a key area of focus and expertise for WGSN Insight and this is high on trends nowadays. If a jewelry lover’s head gets strike with the question that why its Covent Garden where the company has planted its roots again, though, it has magnificent London stores in luxury destination Bond Street and in the City at Royal Exchange; there is always one crystal clear answer to this. A younger, happier shopping district like Covent Garden is the craziest premise recording both a gradual move upmarket as well as retaining an outlandish character, in total making the space an ideal venue for this kind of conceptual stores. It’s a clever move and an artistic boom for the fashion enthusiasts. Same says the Conde Nast Luxury 2018 too!