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Brief Published: 22 Dec 2010

100 Days of Pop-Up


Bearing in mind fashion's seasonal transitions, it also makes perfect sense for a store interior to reflect the influx of new collections. Danish fashion designer Henrik Vibslov has created a pop-up store called 100 Days that attempts to do just that.

The nomadic pop-up store will travel from city to city in Europe, never staying in one place more than 100 days at a time. Each space will reflect the style of his current collection through site-specific interiors.

The store has recently opened in its first stop, project space SPRSPACE in Amsterdam. Vibskov has recreated the installation from his Last Pier Pandemonium Show, which he presented during Paris and Milan fashion weeks.