Tennis at Galeries Lafayette

July 13th, 2011 by retail design blog

The Galeries Lafayette lives in the world of tennis at the moment so all the windows along the Boulevard Hausmann tell us about the story of the well known champion Ronald-Garros and his team. To celebrate the 40th anniversairy of their partnership with Lacoste, the small yellow ball appears in several forms on the stage. The official timekeeper of the tournament, Longines as the notion of time is illustrated by moving shopwindows. The Galeries Lafayette reconstructed the Central Court and a little Roland-Garros village on the roof terrace, so everyone can practice their drive and enjoy all the enternainments offered beside a breathtaing view to Paris.

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