Michael Kors Spring 2017 windows, New York

April 21st, 2017 by retail design blog

Michael Kors’ Spring 2017 Collection was about “powerful romance” and flowers were a central motif, both as floral prints and as three-dimensional details. We took one particular flower that appeared throughout the collection—a charmingly simple shape with two layers of petals and a round center—as our inspiration.

From that, the concept of a “flower wall” blossomed. The walls are made of Plexiglas and each flower was applied by hand. Our aim was to vary both the depth and scale of the individual blooms in order to create an effect like that of an actual field of flowers. This romantic and powerful vision serves as the perfect backdrop for the bright colors and bold prints of the season to pop.

Design: Michael Kors

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