A digital image of Louis Vuitton Island Maison in Singapore is the latest collaboration between the fashion label and architect Peter Marino.
The interior of the shopping complex has been designed to imitate a luxury cruise liner, shown here in this digital image.
The shiny exterior of Armani store on New York's 5th Avenue. It was designed by Doriana & Massimiliano Fuksas.
fashion architecture 12 – Armani's 5th Avenue store is no less architectually complex on the inside.
Another Peter Marino collaboration with Louis Vuitton --this time in Shanghai's upscale Pudong district.
The bright lights of Christian Dior's flagship Tokyo store.
The flagship Japanese stores of Chanel (formerly the worlds tallest fashion outlet at 14 floors high), Cartier, Bvlgari and Louis Vuitton compete with each other for architectual prominence in Tokyo's Ginza district.
The facade of French luxury brand Hermes' store in the upmarket Left Bank district of Paris.
On the inside meanwhile, architects RDAI have tried to capture the craft of six generations of Hermes designers.
Innovative fashion architecture is not the sole preserve of the world's luxury brands however. Sportswear giant PUMA created this fully transportable store from used shipping containers with the help of architecture firm LOT-EK.
PUMA City, as it has been dubbed, has made appearances at a variety of sporting events including the Volvo Ocean Race and the Americas Cup.