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The KaDeWe façade is entirely in the name of the Winter Collection by Hugo Boss, for which DFROST produced ten elaborate window installations that narrate Justin’s journey to the planet »Boss«. Published on Retail Focus Blog.
Always Moving Forward
We give brands options as to how campaigns can be staged more sustainably because we are firmly convinced that ecological and sustainably acceptable solutions can be put in place with no compromises in terms of the design aesthetic.
TRADE FAIR DESIGN ANNUAL
We are delighted that the immersive customer experience of WMF’s premium marketplace is published in the current edition of the Trade Fair Design Annual.
The trend towards showrooming formats with sharper curations is becoming increasingly important for unique brand experiences. Christoph Stelzer and other retail experts explain in an interview why such VM concepts generate more space for the community and a stronger brand identity.
The New Normal
What is the future of retail and what will be the new normal?
How will retail be able to become a safe place that still makes shopping a convenient and fun experience?
We hope you enjoy our key-findings.
Retail Design Blog
From working boot to »cult boot« – rough and industrial elements represent the anniversary campaign of the boot icon »1460«. Published on retaildesignblog.net
Does the covid-19 pandemic mean a New Normal not only in social and economic life, but also in retail? Read about the opportunities Christoph Stelzer sees for new formats in the September issue of AIT.
The DFROST Brand Companions were on site and have collected all highlights in a review –
What does the new perception of space, the increased need for safety, and competition from online business mean for the future of stores? Christoph Stelzer discussed these issues with other retail experts at TextilWirtschaft’s digital roundtable.
Retail Design Blog
The POS display unit for the product launch of the Cloudboom marathon shoe picks up on the lightness and speed of the new product by means of iridescent curves. Published on retaildesignblog.net
The store design sets new hygiene and safety standards as consequences of the crisis. In the new issue of Stores+Shops, Christoph Stelzer and other experts discuss the changes that this is bringing about in terms of space design and customer journey, among other things.
Making things happen
Short communication channels and well-established production processes enable us to realize global series production in a cost-efficient manner.
We are currently working intensively on sustainable alternatives.
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