Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Chanel or Burberry – the names seem to be associated with the “definition” of fashion and wealth.
With decades of history, these brands conquer the elite and the most high-end customers not only because of the luxury fashion ‘s “trademark” but the way they convey the message of art, creativity and, above all, the stories associated with each product.
You may have seen glamorous stores, million-dollar-worth catwalk shows, but have never been curious about the office, where the “big cheese” spend dozens of hours every day to be able to lead the biggest trends in the world next year.
Not as flashy as what people often think, the Burberry’s office expresses the modern vibes with Black & White. The highlight is metal and wood grain materials.
Taking the artistry into the offices, Chanel’s office is decorated with classic themes such as casino tables, chairs with tulip designs … , which might remind us of ostentatious scene in James Bond