Archive for the ‘visual merchandising’ category

Covered Torso by Hans Boodt Mannequins

January 11th, 2018

All elements that make up the Covered Torso collection are totally interchangeable in order to create precisely the character you like. Hans Boodt Mannequins adds their dash of Dutch innovation and creativity to make any product uniquely your own.

aLL festive window by Future Lifestyle Fashion, Pan – India

January 8th, 2018

The concept evolved from the process of pollination – evolution of life from the matter. As the wind/energy spreads pollens; it then evolves into a flower celebrating life from the matter. It’s every single petal pulsating life in its 3-dimensional form creating the musical-visual harmony sends a ceremonial vibration in the entire space.

Aizone Xmas2017 by Arte Vetrina Project

January 8th, 2018

This new campaign sought to bring fashion back into real life by presenting the latest Xmas collection in a spoof supermarket, all marked Aizone.

Levi’s Holiday window campaign

January 5th, 2018

The festive composition in the stores’ windows, lit by typical warm holiday lights, translate the holiday feel inside to passersby. It entices them to come inside and enjoy the joyous atmosphere that characterises all Levi’s® stores this time of year.

“Breathe it all in” shopwindow for Lululemon by Lucky Fox, London – UK

January 2nd, 2018

Echoing the campaign’s ombre spectrum, Lucky Fox went to work building and installing reflective columns made from two-way mirrors with moving LED lights inset into them, which fill the entire window space. The lights within the mirrors undulate and change colour to reflect the gradient campaign colours.

“Make it Snow” window installation for Topshop by Lucky Fox, London – UK

January 1st, 2018


Aiming to bring the fun back into Christmas shopping, the interactive installation invited the public to step inside the glass structures within built walkways.

Bestours Christmas windows by Mateo Fumero, La Turbina – Spain

December 20th, 2017

A range of tones that contrast with the gold leaf and the brass used for the structure elements. A small plane is moved by a mechanism pierced with brass elements, a circular neon, by way of atmosphere envelops the final composition.

Yummy Mart window display by Lena Sasakura Shockley, Tokyo – Japan

December 15th, 2017

Yummy Mart window display by Lena Sasakura Shockley, Tokyo – Japan

Coolway Foot Truck by Culdesac Custom Retail, Valencia – Spain

December 12th, 2017

The customer-selling channels are becoming more and more virtual, and the foot truck reverses the ‘client goes to the shop’ dynamic to generate window displays that approach the client in highly specific environments; such as music festivals, cultural encounters, etc.

V&M Showroom by Shark&Shark, Shanghai – China

December 11th, 2017

Copper sheets are laser cut in a pattern that allows freeform rebuild, and connected into larger piece by rivets. The final sheet simulates a solidified moment of fabric movement, playing as background wall at the entrance, with brass rivets composing brand logo at the center.

Filling Pieces exhibition by Flip Ziedses Des Plantes at Paris Fashion Week

November 30th, 2017

The design studio created the ‘sneaker landscapes’ exhibition at the heart of the Marais, Paris’s art and fashion hub – evoking the essence of the brand’s identity through two ‘landscapes’, the urban and the natural. ‘The design of the white modular wall, concrete elements, and plants has become a visual beacon for Filling Pieces,’ FZDP says modestly.

Home for Christmas for De Beers by Sync Studio

November 30th, 2017

The concept, which portrays the joy of spending time at home with family and friends, also highlights the incredibly festive spirit of a London inspired Christmas.

Ervell store by Patrik Ervell and Joseph Whang, New York City

November 23rd, 2017

Designed in collaboration with Joseph Whang, the temporary retail installation consists of wall panels made of wood and pink fibreglass insulation foam, with two glass vitrines containing Ervell’s Autumn/Winter 2017 collection.

Peek & Cloppenburg Christmas Campaign 2017

November 21st, 2017

The communication concept carries the slogan ‘Let’s be merry together.’ Festive contemplation and gifting are the focus of the in-store and window design. Christmas elves are so yesterday – Santa’s real helpers are the busy little penguins.

New-look visual merchandising system for Regatta by Leach, Huddersfield / Manchester – UK

November 10th, 2017

At only 65mm thick, the streamlined wall-mounted system integrates eye-catching graphics with ultra-bright LED illumination and slick magnetic shelving, for maximum impact as soon as a customer arrives.

By The Sea AÏSHTI FW 2017 by Arte Vetrina Project

November 8th, 2017

The concept takes inspiration from a retro style and want to recall a savor typical of the 1920s. The atmosphere is gained through brassed lamps and soft lights and colors.

Marks & Spencer Wool Week by Barthelmess Gmbh, UK

November 7th, 2017

With a focus on oversized balls of yarn, individual concepts were developed for mens, womens, childrens and home ranges. Individually coloured to match designed pantones, over 9500 balls using 250 metres of wool were hand produced in less than 5 weeks.

Visual Merchandising for India’s leading lingerie brand, Enamor by Studio.J, Bengaluru – India

October 27th, 2017

The aim was to create an experiential space where a woman from any walk of life can enter confidently to indulge in her feminine needs, an experience that needed to be fabulous right from the word go. Pop of colour, foliage and ultra-feminine elements created an exotic garden-like ambience within the store.

Aishti fall winter 2017 campaign by Arte Vetrina Project, Bologna – Italy

October 24th, 2017

The new Aishti fall winter 2017 campaign, characterized by a retro style, wants to recall a typical taste of the 1920s. The atmosphere is gained by exposing elegant brassed lamps, as well as soft colors and lights.

Christian Louboutin fashion display at London Fashion Week by StudioXAG

October 23rd, 2017

Finished in eye-popping colours including vivid purples and shocking greens, these surreal and glamorous phones shake and buzz as if they were really ringing.