Travel September, 5 2014

Where To Go This Weekend | September 2014, Week 1

This past week, we saw a few of our favorite stores relocate or remodel and new pop-ups and doors open. We’re not short on a list of art exhibits or performances to visit this weekend either — all in Paris, London, New York, LA, Copenhagen and more.

See our other weekend travel guides here.


Where To Go This Weekend | September 2014, Week 1PARIS: Beams’ Le Japon Pop-Up at Le Bon Marche

Beams looks to Parisian store Le Bon Marche to open up the kind of shop-in-shop we’ve always dreamed of. Look for product from multiple in-house lines including Beams Plus, Beams T, Remi Relief and a kid’s range for parents who need matching mini outfits. It’s never too early.

24 Rue de Sèvres 


NEW YORK: The Sound of COS Installation

Two sound artists give us a sensual experience with COS‘ Fall/Winter 2014 collection. Creating noise for footsteps and the ruffling of clothes with basketballs, bicycles, gloves and other odd objects of the like, we get an amazingly compelling 70 seconds of film. The short movie will be screened with a public installation from tomorrow, September 6 through September 12.

58 9th Avenue


LOS ANGELES: The “Concert of All Concerts” Curated by Spike Jonze

The Art of Elysium will host Genesis, the “Concert of All Concerts,” tonight at the Ace Hotel LA. Moby, Beck, Karen O, and other “surprise guests” will be at the concert and outdoor party that will have live graffiti and installations from local artists. Get your tickets here.

929 South Broadway


HONG KONG: Alexander Wang‘s New Boutique in Sogo

Alexander Wang continues to build his fashion empire, this time setting sights on the “Japanese-style department store,” Sogo. The new Hong Kong door will stock Wang’s full ready-to-wear line in a beautiful 815-square-foot space. The space is open now.

555 Hennessy Road, Causeway Bay


AMSTERDAM: Vincent Fournier’s “Past Forward” Gallery

Photographer Vincent Fournier’s series, “Space Project” and “The Man Machine” will be shown in the Netherlands for the first time at the Ravestijn Gallery. His “retro-futuristic” works exploring space research centers, training facilities, and sci-fi movie-like landscapes will be on display from Saturday, September 6 through October 13. More info here.

Westerdoksdijk 603-A, 1013 BX


PARIS: Tom Dixon’s Pop-Up Scent Factory

The UK-based product designer will bring a taste of London to Paris. Dixon and company will set up a pop-up fragrance shop called The Factory at Maison & Objet, complete with on-site distilling production and packaging services.

95970 Roissy Cedex


NEW YORK: “Snoopy & Belle In Fashion” Exhibit

Our favorite Peanuts character is back in style at New York’s New Museum sporting the likes of Calvin Klein, Opening Ceremony and Rodarte. Entitled “Snoopy & Belle in Fashion,” (Belle is Snoopy’s sister) the playful show will run for a short two days from September 8 through 10 and then head to cities like Paris, Tokyo and Moscow.

235 Bowery


ATAMI: “Hokusai: 36 Views of Mount Fuji” Exhibit

Katsushika Hokusai, one of the greatest Edo-period artists, left behind Japan’s most iconic works of art. His paintings that so influenced European Impressionists are now all on display on the MOA Museum, from tomorrow, September 6 through September 24.

26-2 Momoyama-cho


LONDON: Rick Owens Takes Over Selfridges

Selfridges, a London High Street mainstay, opens its doors to the world of Rick Owens with four powerful window displays, exclusive garments and a 25-foot sculpture of Owens himself. Celebrating 20 successful years in the business, the designer transforms a typically traditional space into an avant-garde showpiece.

400 Oxford Street


COPENHAGEN: The Hotel SP34 Design Guest House

118 rooms with two restaurants, two bars, terraces, courtyards and a private cinema, the aesthetic echoes ’50s Scandinavian design with a contemporary edge. Plenty of worn-in leather, moulded wood, brass panels, floor-to ceiling-windows, white tiles and clever lighting in every room. 

Sankt Peders Stræde 30C, 2. 1453 


LONDON: The New Dover Street Market Shop Floor

In celebration of ten years in Mayfair and in anticipation of “The Next Ten Years,” the world’s fanciest department store has undergone a complete makeover, housing a selection of new spaces and set-ups. Under the title “Market Street Dover,” a vast selection of collaboration goods from Rick Owens, Undercover, Craig Green, Nike and Palace Skateboards are available to purchase.

17-18 Dover Street


LONDON: Goodhood’s New Space

Goodhood, a longstanding favorite in the office, shut down their original space earlier this year with ambitious plans of a bigger and better retail experience. The new boutique, still in Shoreditch, is home to the full men’s and women’s collections, design and home objects and an all-new coffee shop called “Commune.” From the looks of it, we think they went above and beyond. See the full space here.

151 Curtain Road