Case Studies

Kendra Scott – Scott Bros – Case Study


Kendra Scott is a household name in Texas. It consists of 120 retail stores and a presence in over 1,000 wholesale locations. They launched their men's jewelry line this year, Scott Bros. We first met with Kendra Scott Wholesale Division in January 2020 at their Austin HQ’s. Since then, our relationship has blossomed, and we now do business with various channels within the Kendra Scott brand.  In June 2021, Scott Bros was launched as the newest addition to the Kendra Scott brand. Kendra collaborated with her two sons in the creation of the new line as they were her inspiration to branch into men’s jewelry.  We were tasked with creating a unique, yet manly way to display the new pieces while still incorporating Kendra Scott's brand identity. In addition we also wanted to create a one of a kind, low maintenance user friendly display. A Labor of Love At Chippenhook we believe our people are our...

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Oliver Peoples – Case Study


Oliver Peoples, the Luxury Sunglass Brand, and Chippenhook have been working together for years. Their creative team and our designers have collaborated on innovative projects throughout the years. These range from single-frame modern sculpture brass displays to large walnut mid-century modern influenced floor cabinets. Essential to this union is Steve, our VP of Design’s affinity for “the Oliver People’s sophisticated and timeless aesthetic.” His personal collection of glasses includes eight pairs of Oliver Peoples. Only to be outdone by an even higher count of vintage & current Oliver Peoples eyeglass cases. Suffice to say – any project Steve Kidwell does for Oliver Peoples is a true labor of love! About the Brand A heritage brand born in the heart of West Hollywood, on Sunset Boulevard, Oliver Peoples was founded in 1987 with the opening of its first boutique. The unique culture of Los Angeles, elements of fashion, film, art, and music...

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Skechers James Goldcrown – Case Study


A designer collab between SKECHERS, the global footwear brand, and James Goldcrown, an urban graffiti artist.   We were approached by Skechers to design some retail displays for an upcoming collaboration. The client stated they needed our design team to embrace the idea that this is a collaboration between Skechers and an urban graffiti artist. Equally important, we needed to ask our designers to do something that doesn’t look like anything that we’ve ever shown before. In other words, the client didn’t want normal.  Our goal was to design POP fixtures and displays that would stand out and grab somebody's attention when they walk into a store. Also, to make them immediately realize this collaboration between Skechers and James Goldcrown is something unique and different.   Jam Sessions – Where innovation begins  Part of our design process is what we call our Jam Sessions. We will have different design members work on a project to have...

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