Fashion brand Louis Vuitton has collaborated with Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama to create a collection of garments featuring Kusama’s obsessional polka dot patterns for a concept store at Selfridges department store in London
On the one hand, I find this design ugly. On the other hand, it succeeds brilliantly at solving a common design problem: "How can I break this design out of the boxes and rectangles that dominate our world?" (Yayoi Kusama at Louis Vuitton)
LOUIS VUITTON - YAYOI KUSAMA’s pop up store for Selfridges London is explicitly derived from Kuama’s series of Pumpkin installations and endless Polka dot paintings. A series of pumpkin-like elements, self-similar in scale and geometry,
Monki store in Sweden by Electric Dreams. But it could be a cool idea for a closet. ABSTRACT: this idea of using a clothing rack like this one gives the store a sweet carnival look and also helps maximize space for more merchandise.