A shop called Aesop

Aesop are responsible for a range of skin, hair and body products that apparently transcend the cosmetic and embrace a philosophy broaching literature, whimsy and red wine. Regardless, they have set up shops across some of the greatest cities and worked with brilliant architects to create immaculate interiors. I enjoy going inside an Aesop shop, treating the visit like a cultural, rather than a retail, experience. I’ve yet to spend my money there. My attempts to take photographs in store have always been awkwardly diffused by the sales assistant, but fortunately Dezeen Magazine has a number of articles detailing the designs seen below.

Aesop Citiplaza Hong KongAesop Collins Street MelbourneAesop Islington LondonAesop Tiquetonne ParisAesop Fillmore Street

City Plaza, Hong Kong by Cheungvogl / Collins Street, Melbourne by Kerstin Thompson Architects / Islington, London and Tiquetonne, Paris by Ciguë / Fillmore Street, San Francisco by NADAA



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