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Eyewear brand Gentle Monster is known for its unconventional approach to store design. We spoke to Head of UK and Europe Gary Bott about its newly opened London store and creating physical spaces that surprise and delight

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Online retailer has had resounding success with its high street showrooms, but as it opens a slew of new spaces it’s adopting an unexpectedly analogue approach. Here’s why it’s bucking the trend and putting the technology back behind the scenes

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Coal Drops Yard is a spectacular new shopping hub, opening next month in London’s King’s Cross and housed in two repurposed Victorian warehouses. As part of our shopping week on CR, we talk to architects Heatherwick Studio about how it was created

Are music videos broken?

Despite racking up almost 800 million views, the directors of 2014’s Turn Down For What have revealed the video was made on a shoestring budget that earned them barely $4 an hour. What’s gone wrong?

The art of the shoppable brand magazine

As part of our shopping special this week, we speak to the teams behind Waitrose Food, Rapha’s Mondial and ASOS Magazine about finding the right balance between editorial and commercial and – crucially – getting readers to part with their pennies

Notes from a smart-phone free life

In this month’s column, our correspondent Daniel Benneworth-Gray finds himself suddenly smart-phone free. He expects being unshackled from the device to bring freedom, but finds he is unexpectedly bereft