fashion — luxury

In a sea of endless choices and easy access and faster fashion, luxury has to adapt or lose its luster.

fashion & luxury

As the industry moves towards a more connected customer, luxury brands/retailers must figure out a way to translate their customer experience and brand values to the digital world.

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ks

"The bag arrived last night. It is even lovelier than I remembered. It’s a pleasure to hold in the hand, soft yet strong, sturdy yet supple, and practical yet absolutely breathtakingly pretty in design."

kisein
A brand that acts ethically and transparently in every way. Under the slogan, “OPEN TO ALL”, KISEIN promises the following.


Identity development
Photo art direction
Social management

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Working with the David Yurman digital team, we designed a workshop to co-create and identify opportunities for digital and mobile experiences. We then concepted and prototyped a rich and immersive experience for our clients to circulate.

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Working with the David Yurman digital team, we designed a workshop to co-create and identify opportunities for digital and mobile experiences. We then concepted and prototyped a rich and immersive experience for our clients to circulate.


Customer journey mapping
Prototyping
Innovation workshop
Trends & insights

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chopandloop

"Table Tennis is played by many, including celebrities like Willem DaFoe and Drake. They love it. Chop and Loop is a beautiful hybrid combining elements of everything cool about streetwear and mashing it up with traditional table tennis gear. The designs are fresh and fun."

Level Press

chop and loop
As the Mayor of London said, “Ping Pong was invented on the dining tables of England in the 19th Century, and it was called Wiff-waff! And there, I think, you have the difference between us and the rest of the world. Other nations, the French, looked at a dining table and saw an opportunity to have dinner; we looked at it and saw an opportunity to play Wiff-waff”. 


Brand identity
Product development
Fashion and apparel design
Visual identity system
Visual language

richandstupid
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Working with the David Yurman digital team, we designed a workshop to co-create and identify opportunities for digital and mobile experiences. We then concepted and prototyped a rich and immersive experience for our clients to circulate.

rich and stupid
Large storefront installations seen throughout Manhattan and Chicago, extended the reach and scale of the Moto Match experience. User experience was optimized for large scale touch, keeping focus on simple engagement and entertainment. Our campaign solidly launched a new flagship Android phone in a crowded and fragmented market.


Identity development
Photo art direction
Social management

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