Archive for the ‘visual merchandising’ category

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.

Calvin Klein windows by Arte Vetrina Project

October 22nd, 2017

The installations are a great tribute to the classical american icons, celebrated by true billboards reproducing Andy Warhol’s works, Willy Vanderperre’s shot of the new FW campaign and featuring Sterling Ruby’s artworks.

Made to Measure Canali campaign by Arte Vetrina Project, Bologna – Italy

October 20th, 2017

We have created a handsome and sophisticated window display concept characterized by golden elements to embellish the composition and make it precious, with the final aspiration to invite customers paying attention to the exclusive service of tailor-made dresses provided by the renowned Italian brand.

Qauntum system by Atom-Retail, Haarlem – The Netherlands

October 19th, 2017

Quantum is an articulated system of metal and magnetic elements, the combination of which allows for a customized presentation. In constantly evolving retail spaces, we believe in products that are flexible and adapt to the ever-changing demands of the brand and its surroundings.

Tommy Hilfiger x Gigi Hadid fashion displays at London Fashion Week by StudioXAG, London – UK

October 18th, 2017

In Selfridges windows, mannequins stand amongst moire rings, which create anoptical illusion as onlook-ers walk by. Product from the collection is highlighted by bespoke-made neon rings, echoing the circular theme of the windows.

Michael Kors fashion displays at London Fashion Week by StudioXAG

October 16th, 2017

To create a luxurious and extravagant feel, StudioXAG layered curved of bespoke-made gold and silver metallic plates across the back of the windows.

Super Light Skidoo fashion display at London Fashion Week by StudioXAG

October 14th, 2017

In the portrait window, a Skidoo floats above a skyline, attached to a mechanised acrylic ‘balloon’. In its neighbouring window, a block-out vinyl reveals cut-outs that allow pedestrians to peek into the space, drawing in crowds from the street.

Vacheron Constantin by BYB Visual Merchandising, Shanghai – China

October 6th, 2017

A window animation which “story tells” the tradition initiated by François Constantin, the spirit of the Overseas collection and passion for travelling through the photographer Steve McCurry’s eyes.

Nike Court, London Unmatched by Mynt, London – UK

October 2nd, 2017

Trophy-inspired gold floor vinyls announce the arrival of the Wimbledon range, tennis net-like mesh backdrops clad mannequin and table displays, and impeccable green turf runs along the edge of merchandising frameworks, all of which creates an authentic Wimbledon retail experience.

Fall window display for Mohito by van den blocke, Europe

September 26th, 2017

We wanted to make a fresh and unobvious approach to the Parisian topic. Our goal was to tell a story about Paris as city that combines modernity with cultural heritage.

Aquascutum AW17 window display by Hello Flamingo Ltd., London – UK

September 21st, 2017

The colour palette was mostly monochromatic, and it was Hello Flamingo’s job to drive the creative concept to include the camouflage print. So, the design team gave each of the cut-outs their own camouflage shadow – which you can find in the season’s collection.

Jo Malone Townhouse Window by Prop Studios, London – UK

September 20th, 2017

The team developed a new experimental engraving technique allowing the light to be captured across the panel, spanning 2 metres in width and 3 metres in height. The panel was illuminated from all four edges to highlight the etching and produce a white neon effect.

Charles Tyrwhitt window display by Lucky Fox, London – UK

September 18th, 2017



Flanking the shirt installations were large angled mirrored panels and oversized numerals printed in the brand’s iconic tie patterns to echo the messaging of the campaign, which were all produced by Lucky Fox.

Lululemon window display by Lucky Fox, London – UK

September 16th, 2017

The New York street inspired print helped shape the creative of the window scheme. Ripped and overlaid artwork formed a backdrop to the collection, which also featured on plinths with neon details.

Fashion Sports collection by Hans Boodt Mannequins

September 15th, 2017

After a lot of research, visiting national and international shops and having conversations with several sport brands, Hans Boodt has come to a perfect sizing, which they are convinced is capable of serving both fashion sports brands and functional sports brands.