The Best New Retail Experiences Opening for Fall All Across the Globe

As the seasons change (and, depending where you are in the world, the layers that once came off are now piling back on), one thing is for certain: Fall is here, and so is the retail landscape we once knew. Many retailers have opened up shop by expanding their brick-and-mortar footprint—a welcome addition to the streets around the world where shopping is back on the rise. Here, a selection of the most anticipated fashion store openings, from a gym-inspired menswear store in New York City to an immersive snow room in L.A., and everywhere in between.

475 Broome St New York, NY 10013

Outside the Canada Goose store in Costa Mesa California


With its first store opening in California, the winter jacket purveyors have implemented the Snow Room, an immersive space that simulates a snowstorm daily with temperatures that hit as low as -10°F. As a way to put their products to the test and experience how the elements interact with the performance luxury essential, the Snow Room’s environment is inspired by the climate of Churchill, Manitoba, best known as the polar bear capital of the world. And, if snow isn’t your thing, they also offer an assortment of quintessential products for the Californian: products with protection for any adventure.

3333 Bristol St, Costa Mesa, CA 92626

The newest Golden Goose storefront in Milan


To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the fashion sneaker brand, Golden Goose launched Golden TV, a store opening its doors on Milan’s Via Verri, in the heart of the city’s Montenapoleone luxury shopping district. Balancing a high-tech, digital-focused approach with an emotional, human touch, the Golden TV kicks off a new physical and digital path, ready-to-wear collections, along with unveiling new product categories. With over 5,000 square feet, two levels, a LED wall, a wall entirely adorned with distressing machines, and a room made entirely out of concrete, this is sure to be Milan’s most vibrant store opening in a while.

Via Pietro Verri, 8, 20121 Milano MI, Italy

The new minimalist John Elliott store in New York


As the brand’s third physical shop takes over a 2,700-square-foot space in New York (with an additional 300-square-foot mezzanine with a Taschen shop-in-shop), John Elliot worked with architect Stephan Wiemer to create a space that redefines the use of modular and utilitarian construction to showcase their men’s and women’s collections. Sixteen-foot floor-to-ceiling windows connect shoppers directly with the street level, which allows for a piazza-style experience allowing customers to browse with their own ease (with multiple corners and rooms to discover). With Japanese matte-white tile and iridescent surfaces that bounce off the natural light, an assortment of tropical bamboo palms can be found throughout, bringing in an element of nature that’s always been important to the brand.

270 Lafayette St New York, NY 10012

Oliver Peoples Tokyo in Nijubashi Square.

Nijubashi Square 3‐2‐3 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo

CDLP in Sweden


CDLP Stockholm, conceptualized in collaboration with architecture bureau Specific Generic, is giving the men what they want. Known for their underwear and leisure wear, their new store celebrates the clash that their product (and associated ad campaigns) define: modern yet maximalist, and eclectic yet high-tech. Their space was modeled after the construct of a theatre: Windows are unobstructed, allowing light to pour in, showcasing the stage (the floor) that allows for revolving custom installations. LED screens play brand films, with fitting rooms that are velvet clad, a nod to speakeasies of the past, which are intimate yet mysterious.

Mäster Samuelsgatan 9, 111 44 Stockholm, Sweden

The window at the new Frame store in Knightsbridge


In their newly revamped shop-in-shop inside London’s Harrods in Knightsbridge, Frame’s newest innovation sits at the center: the (Bio) Degradable Jean, the brand’s answer to mitigate the industry’s impact on the earth. With biodegradable cotton and yarns that break down faster than others on the market and a washing system that is Frame’s answer to responsible washing, they’ve commissioned London-based creative studio Isabel + Helen to bring their vision to life. Featuring windows and installations that merge the duo’s creativity with Frame’s purpose, the updated locale shows what’s in store for Frame’s future…and the Earth.

87-135 Brompton Rd, London SW1X 7XL, United Kingdom

Mejuris new lofty showroom in Marylebone Village


Right in the heart of Marylebone Village, fine-jewelry brand Mejuri is setting up shop with a two-story space that is designed in natural tones and crafted in light wood with touches of gold. Featuring modular mirrors as well as millwork and jewelry displays that were designed in-house, a floral feature wall extends downstairs, where you can kick back in their lounge, get style advice from their in-house concierge and get exclusive access to their Dôme ring, a 14-karat solid gold ring with a pavé diamond star, a nod to London’s bright star, David Bowie.

96 Marylebone High StLondon W1U 4RN, UK

Inside the new Chrome Hearts shop in L.A.


Originally launched in 2018 as a special project by the Chrome Hearts team, their offshoot, Sex Records, sold exclusively at Maxfield L.A., part of an ongoing artist series developed by Laurie Lynn Stark for the purpose of nurturing emerging talent. Now, they’re in New York City, directly beside their namesake brand in the space previously occupied by Industria Studios. The nostalgia of matchbox cars and saturated neon shelves sits alongside vibrant art pieces as the first installment at this venue. By appointment only, this adult toy store is a feast for creative eyes.

40 Bethune St New York, NY 10014 by appointment only


An ode to 1970s California cool with a Miami vibe, Re/Done opens up in the Design District, the fourth shop dedicated to their reworked denim and contemporary line. The 1,500-square-foot space is lined with birch-paneled walls, curated with midcentury vintage furnishings like an original 1951 Eames Surfboard coffee table, 1940s Kurt Versen Modernist Wall Mountain Cone lamps, and 1930s Marcel Breuer B35 Cantilever chairs. With a vintage marketplace playing ode to the local culture, they’re also launching a new service called Master Tailor, a one-hour, private in-store appointment where you answer a few denim-centric questions, and their archivists source and transform a pair to fit your aesthetic needs.

3918 NE 1st Ave Miami, FL 33137

Located in the Gunther building in SoHo  the menswear brand is inspired by its Scandinavian roots  with pieces from...


Located in the Gunther building in SoHo (which dates back to 1873), the menswear brand is inspired by its Scandinavian roots (bright birch wood, matte black-painted wrought iron, and neutral white walls and ceilings) with pieces from Swedish and French university gyms sprinkled throughout. The restoration and design are by Jon Powell, a Brooklyn-based designer who brought to life the vision of the brand: upgrading iconic menswear must-haves of the past, from sportswear to homeware, to underwear and swimwear.

via Architectural Digest

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