Saturday, 21 January 2017

Etro, London


Backlit textured panels in Gold with a kind of Paisley pattern form the backdrop to this scheme with its hexagonal plinths as the central focal point to the scheme.  There's not much else to comment on this installation but as always this amazing brand takes small steps in its promotion of its products in Visual Merchandising which is neither offensive or risque. 


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Friday, 20 January 2017

Moschino, London


Both retro and launching into Spring, Moshino is a riot of colour right now.  This is probably some of the best merchandise we have seen from this brand (even though they seems to 'borrow' from everyone else much like the period of Pop Art).  Mannequins have been positioned within these giant flowers filling their windows along Conduit street and is actually a welcomed relief from the cold weather we are experiencing here in London.



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Thursday, 19 January 2017

Max Mara, London


We've spotted a lot of blocked colours around town at the moment across so many brands although this scheme has been in situ for a short while already so rather ahead of the game.  DVF and Burberry are equally sporting the use of colour in their schemes which seems to clear the visual palette after months of sparkling trees and twinkling lights before we head full force into Spring.  As usual a superb quality installation at this brand using Bonaveri's Aloof mannequin.



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Wednesday, 18 January 2017

Patek Philippe, London


This is a brand that seemed to have crept up on our VM-dar quite a lot.  With an incredible history and of course products which are superb (but so often the Visual Merchandising is so overlooked across so many brands like this) although even the windows have proved to be quite incredible too.  Beautifully cut landscapes clearly nodding to their Swiss heritage fill these windows at their store along Bond street with a scheme that would certainly rival the likes of Tiffany just a few metres away.



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Tuesday, 17 January 2017

Tiffany, London


Beautiful props as ever at Tiffany and thankfully we are finally moving away from Christmas and Sale schemes out there on the high street across London,  After our whistle stop tour of the Middle Eastern malls, which proved a little futile this time of year we have at least got London to fall back on and this week we will show some of the latest offerings from the luxury brands.  References to New York (although the Lions look more like London to us?) this brand of course prove once again to be the master of all things miniature.




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Monday, 16 January 2017

Lanvin, Dubai


This isnt the most visually exciting scheme to begin the week with although this is whats happening at the moment.  We have seen a lot of these metal structures in furniture on our travels, particularly in home ware across New York and London.  This metallic structure created from the repetition of rectangular forms shows the product quite clearly although we do like to see a bit of theatre (and humour) in schemes ourselves.


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Sunday, 15 January 2017

Hermes, Dubai


We've been scouting around the UAE for a few days to see whats happening and sadly most of the windows are still in Sale or have Christmas trees still installed.  This seems bizarre to western eyes although as New Year is clearly a bigger celebration than Christmas (for obvious reasons) decorated trees seem to be the preferred option.  We did however come across this scheme at Hermes in the Dubai Mall however with its almost lunar landscape in what appears to be a pop up store (we have seen this space on several occasions previously and the narratives are always beautifully produced as one would expect from this staggering brand) although there still is a temporariness about this space.



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Saturday, 14 January 2017

Lyle and Scott, Pitti Uomo, Florence

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Those clever guys at www.harlequin-design.com have recently collaborated with Lyle and Scott to design, produce and install their stand at Pitti Uomo 2017. A wool loom was the inspiration for this fantastic knitwear brands' exhibition stand at the most important menswear and accessories event of the year for the launch of their new fashion products.  If you happen to be in Florence you can visit the event at the Fortezza De Basso. 




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Friday, 13 January 2017

Dolce and Gabbana, London


We haven't seen musical instruments used in windows for quite a while now so we guess its time for a resurgence of sorts?  Used in a repetition format the brass instruments here form the 'back drop' to the product at this stunning store along Bond street.



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Thursday, 12 January 2017

Burberry, London


This is an interesting new direction at Burberry with beautiful shades of pink and quite an architectural backdrop structure.  It did strike us that the brand were looking more Prada than Burberry (and we love what Prada do) as this is the kind of installation that they would produce?  Sale has been perfectly underplayed here which as usual is a relief and we guess we will see where they go over the coming months with their windows.




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