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MONC XIII. Originally Seen On Habitually Chic Blog

This vignette in Antony Todd’s  retail store fills the space above a slightly shorter cabinet with a
collection of tortoise shell sculptures to create the effect of greater height and greater drama.

In the 1950’s Roger Delbôve and his wife opened a chain of high-end hair salons in Belgium. Two decades later the brand was developing and producing their own products. On May 2013 has been the opening of Delbôve cosmetics flagship store in Brussels. The freelance art director, Christophe Remy, was in charge of  upgrading the identity branding, packaging and interior design of the boutique itself. A space between a modern spa and beauty salon with a old pharmacy.
Images: Christophe Remy, discovered via Retail Design Blog

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