Liberty windows 2013, London

April 17th, 2013 by retail design blog

Liberty’s March 2013 windows take inspiration from a combination of Henri Rousseau, Memphis design and Africa. The result is a modern and highly graphic recreation of Rousseau that has married the similarities of kinship, coloured patterns, layering and wild animals with vivid effect. The displays and products represent the current fashion and homeware trends and in particular the recently opened Arts & Crafts area and Eastern Objet and Antiquities department on the fourth floor.

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