Esprit window May 2014 by Deck5

June 6th, 2014 by retail design blog

The spring concept of Esprit for their worldwide windows is a stage with wooden floor and concrete wall, completed by a flexible stillage that reminds one of a folding rule. This very flexible element can be decorated with different fillings during the springtime. After the February with white textiles fillings like a light breeze in sails and moodboards, product fotos and shredded loft pictures in March/April here comes the high summer! This time the folding rule is filled with dip dyed textiles that remind us of sea, wind and summer. The perfect background for the high summer collection of Esprit, shorts, dresses and even beachwear. It is 30°C.

Designed by Deck5

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