Peter Marino Interview for the Business of Fashion

On October 9, 2011 by Timothy Coghlan

Chanel Designer Karl Lagerfeld and Peter Marino. Source: Associated Press

While in New York two weeks ago I had the fortunate opportunity to interview Peter Marino for the Business of Fashion. Peter Marino is an amazing retail architect and has designed stores for the world’s leading fashion and luxury brands. Over the last several years he has been particularly active in China and Hong Kong, designing the biggest and best flagship stores for Chanel, Dior, Fendi, Loewe, Louis Vuitton and Ermenegildo Zegna etc., including several of the stores I listed in the best looking luxury stores in Shanghai. Peter Marino also served on the design judging panel for Crystals City Center which I believe is the coolest luxury brand mall in the world. He is known in the industry for riding Harley Davidson motorbikes and not bothering to change out of his leathers when in the office.

For the full Business of Fashion piece on Peter Marino click here.

Peter Marino Designed Chanel and LV Flagship Stores on Canton Road in Hong Kong

Peter Marino Designed Dior Flagship Store on Canton Road in Hong Kong

Peter Marino Designed Louis Vuitton London New Bond Street Store

Interior of Louis Vuitton’s New York 5th Avenue Store

Peter Marino Designed Chanel Tokyo Ginza Flagship Store. Source: Google

Peter Marino Designed Zegna Shanghai Huai Hai Road Flagship Store.

Peter Marino Designed Zegna Hong Kong Canton Road Flagship Store.

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