Tuesday, October 5, 2010

longchamp, nyc

i've been meaning to post on longchamp's new york store for a few weeks now, since a daily dose mentioned it in a top list of new york architecture and then it was in one of the many design mags i've been hoarding on my desk. it seemed serendipitous except that i could never bring myself to actually do it, which may have been subconscious protection. in any case, now that i'm delirious with sleep i'll cave to it. without any further ado, the epitome of a modern design aesthetic, the prototype for all future shopping experiences, the reason new york is so much more than a fashion capital but a destination for multidisciplinary lovers of beautiful aesthetic-

1 comment:

  1. This is so much cooler than the store in Paris.
    The stairs strangely remind me of a violin or some sort of stringed instrument.

    maybe i'm just tired, but this is blowing my mind right now.