Monthly Archives: May 2016

Copenhagen: The Seaplane Has Landed

It came from the south-west, swooping around my hood, Sluseholmen, like a friendly bird showing off its flying skills. Copenhagen’s first seaplane service connecting Denmark’s two largest cities was about to make its first official landing. Copenhagen has at long last joined that exclusive club of harbor cities such as Vancouver and Sydney that exploit their […]
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Aesop: A Haven In Copenhagen

Entering Aesop’s latest signature store in Copenhagen was like entering my favorite garden, Hammers Have in Dragør. Greeted by a warm and informative host into a zen-like haven. At long last, the Australian brand, Aesop renowned for its distinctive skin, hair and body products, has put Copenhagen on its long list of flagship stores scattered around the globe. […]
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Concept Retail Stores Flourishing In Hong Kong

  A recent study trip to one of retails power centers, Hong Kong, gave me the opportunity to explore how this consumerist metropolis, continues to pioneer and develop imaginative concepts in the world of retail. Despite finding itself in a minor slump, Hong Kong shoppers are ever thirsty and exceptive for new brands or existing brands extending […]
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