De Bijenkorf Eye On Fashion windows by StudioXAG, Netherlands

September 4th, 2013 by retail design blog

Taking inspiration from kaleidoscopic patterns and the renowned Rue Cambon staircase, StudioXAG designed a series of window displays for Dutch department store De Bijenkorf. The displays feature a range of three dimensional mirror structures in geometric shapes which reflect new season garments worn by mannequins and kaleidoscopic imagery. The window displays can be seen in all twelve De Bijenkorf stores across the Netherlands throughout September, and will be transformed into the schemes for next month.






















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