Archive for the ‘visual merchandising’ category

Coach – Hangtags windows 2016 by Booma Group, Worldwide

July 22nd, 2016

The window represent the iconic symbol of Coach bags, its hangtag. Made in different finishings, crackled, terracota, leather and gold leafs, it has also the ballchains details that measures 1.5m.

Saks Fifth Avenue installation by Unitfive Design, Toronto – Canada

July 21st, 2016

The installation consists of 47 rose champagne-tinted trees that stretch from floor-to-ceiling and grow outwards with delicate branches.

Lanvin inked window display by Lanvin & Hello Flamingo, London – UK

July 21st, 2016

Large clear acrylic panels with high resolution prints of ink splats were hung at the back of the windows as a backdrop to the floating, vintage style mannequins – which had light wood articulated arms – and bespoke metal framed, clear acrylic shelves to display product.

Tate Modern windows by Prop Studios, London – UK

July 17th, 2016

The Prop Studios team designed, manufactured and installed the scheme combining graphic and sculptural elements to create an engaging statement for the launch window. Spheres on rods make the logo appear to disjoin and realign, depending on the chosen perspective of its audience.

Bravissimo / Pepperberry Spring Window Displays by D&A Design, Leicester – UK

July 4th, 2016

For this Spring display, thousands of silk flowers were linked together to create beautiful hanging garlands. Pastel pinks, and lilacs were chosen to compliment and enhance the floral patterned lingerie on display.

Harrods Summer of Sport window installation by SFD, London – UK

July 3rd, 2016

Layered translucent materials and nostalgic school lockers formed the backdrop to the scheme, with neon strip lights reflecting the colours of the Olympic rings illuminating the window and the props. The neon lights were used in a variety of ways, from inside the lockers to being held by the mannequins as batons, bringing vibrant life to the scheme.

Lee windows by frank agterberg/bca Summer 2016, Europe

July 2nd, 2016

The eye catchers of the window are the bobbins and multi-coloured yarns. By matching these yarns’ colours with the collection’s main colours, we delivered a contemporary window characterised by its simplicity and unity.

Bestours Summer window display by Mateo Fumero, Barcelona – Spain

June 26th, 2016

This Fresh window display was designed as an old theater set, with the 8 printed and cutted layers LED bottom lighted, 2 meters depth, the optical illusion of perspective is spectacular and scenical.

Comme des Garçons collage installation, Hong Kong

June 19th, 2016

In celebration of golden week, the most popular holiday in Japan, the fashion brand has renewed their collaboration for its collage t-shirt series. Pagowski’s new designs comprise of a mixture of wild collages, colourful illustrations and old school graffiti.

Hermès ‘Making Waves’ windows by Isabelle Daëron, Tokyo – Japan

June 16th, 2016

In the large front window, Daëron depicts various stages of water, and the characteristics it can take on in the natural world.

Desso Transitions windows by Foldability, London – UK

June 14th, 2016

Over 17,000 lines were folded to create the paper patterns – each one painstakingly folded by hand – a process taking several days.

Mulberry Windows New Fixture Concept by min design studio, London, Paris, Amsterdam

June 13th, 2016

min design studio took inspiration from the new visual identity of the Mulberry brand, from the new logo, the graphic layouts and block colour palettes from the re-designed Mulberry website which links to the real windows to the digital windows.

MY MUST HAVES by Parkson Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia

June 12th, 2016

Both POP ART and Typography were infused together to inject youth and vibrancy for the concept, while merchandise presented gel together the thematic campaign as a whole.

La Farmacia de Helena by La i design, Santiago de Compostela – Spain

June 10th, 2016

The owner’s name “Helena” was mixed with the periodic element “He” to create a clean, simple and fresh universe. This composition of words and elements was applied in furniture design, branding and visual merchandising.

Coach – Spring Flowers 2016 windows by Booma Group, New York City

June 8th, 2016

The window represent a tea flower that is part of the artwork of their newly released bags. We made those flowers to live with elements in metal and in resine.

Miss Selfridge Paper Flowers windows by CCLR, London – UK

June 5th, 2016

Installed in the brands flagship Oxford Circus location, the display was made up of over 1200 individually constructed card flowers positioned both on the inside and outside of the store windows.

Topshop Dots windows by CCLR, London – UK

June 4th, 2016

To welcome in Spring, CCLR produced and installed over 5000 different sized coloured dots on the facade of Topshop’s Flagship store on London’s Oxford Street.

Oasis – Destination Oasis windows by CCLR, UK

June 2nd, 2016

To tie in with the brands #DestinationOasis campaign, CCLR were briefed on producing and installing a number of butterfly clad modes of transport and accompanying props.

Gant x The Art of Colour windows by Harlequin Design, London – UK

June 1st, 2016

The scheme is comprised of ten columns of colour made up from ten rows of yarn. These were all hand strung in the window adding up to over 10,000 individual strings of yarn. Each colour sprays out into the ceiling overlapping the next to create a rainbow of colour across the window.

The White Company – Summer Living May 2016 windows by Lucky Fox, UK

May 31st, 2016

The hammocks are crafted from bleached canvas, and use white cotton rope to beautifully showcase the brand’s Summer Living range of outdoor furnishings and gifts. The coordinating tepees created a sense of harmony with their sister company The Little White Company stores.