Moratoire, on rue Roi de Sicile in Paris's Marais district specialises in re-worked, and new-old-stock workwear from France and the continent.
Godwin Vaughan worked together with them to showcase - in very Moratoire style - antique and vintage objects, alongside Godwin Vaughan blankets.
Following the success of the Seoul concept store launch, a pop-up store was opened in the Marais, Paris for Christmas 2012.
Godwin Vaughan worked with WOOYOUNGMI to realise the mens accessories concept space of their flagship store in Gangnam, Seoul.Across five floors the store houses a cafe and gallery space, three floors of luxury menswear collections, and the MANMADE concept space.The floor was conceived as an atelier to compliment the gallery-like space across the rest of the store. Specialist collaborations with artisinal accessories brands from across the world sat alongside bespoke and antique furniture - all sourced and developed by Christopher Vaughan, founder of Godwin Vaughan.
In 2012 Godwin Vaughan was asked to source furnishings, and realise the concept for the first permanent Wooyoungmi showroom in Paris.
The concept used a mixture of English Arts & Crafts furniture, minimalist design pieces, and bare concrete to evoke the worldy, clean and cosmopolitain aesthetic of the Wooyoungmi client.