Tuesday, 3 March 2015

Fortnum and Mason, London


This is a really interesting direction for this brand.  Why is that we hear you ask?  Well, ordinarily this brand appear to adopt a kind of curatorial or an historical approach to their schemes with such care and attention to ensure that the product is key with a really detailed narrative surrounding it.  However, their Devotion scheme with its giant Golden hands, of course still has a huge amount of care applied but a much simpler and cleaner approach seems to have been adopted.  In fact, actually this was probably harder to install than their previous schemes as we all notice elements which are wrong far more easily (we hasten to add that there is never anything wrong with this brands windows of course).  That said, this is a very refreshing direction which breathes a new kind of life into this destination store.  If you have never been here then put this place on your bucket list.  If you have been before then go again and immerse yourself.


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Monday, 2 March 2015

Alexander McQueen, London


We haven't seen much in window presentation at this store here in London for quite a long time so it was a real treat to happen upon this scheme along Bond st.  And wow.  We always pass by to worship at these windows and of course as the merchandise is so magnificent,  why gild the Lily?  Still, this magnificent scheme is much appreciated with its repetition of magazine covers in a radiating format punctuated with a bust form with articulated arms and hands naturally looks very dramatic.


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Sunday, 1 March 2015

Sunglass Hut, New York

Images Courtesy and Copyright ArteVetrinaProject.it

If you happen to be passing by Macy's in New York then do check out the Sunglass Hut scheme there right now.  The aim of this scheme is to wrap the observer in a living Manga style cartoon or video game.  The coloured illuminated heads in a repetition format contrast in volumes and weights and surely bring much needed warmth to this cold period.



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Saturday, 28 February 2015

Phase Eight, London

Images Courtesy and Copyright Natasha Burton

With London Fashion week recently upon us here in London Phase Eight which continues to do such interesting schemes was rocking the high street.  Great to see this young brand finding its feet , spending those budgets and investing in great visual merchandising.  Such a nice team too.


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Friday, 27 February 2015

Harrods, London

Images Courtesy and Copyright Global Display

Wow, how incredible are these..!  This amazing 'Etch' body form collection by Global Display have been designed by the talented Fashion Designer Christopher Beales for London Fashion week and have been integrated into the super luxury department store Harrods here in the centre of it all. The collection is biodegradable and much lighter than a standard mannequin.  Win, Win for all then.  Check out Global Display at their website for more information http://global-display.co/london-studio/




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Thursday, 26 February 2015

Canadian High Commission, London



It really is so refreshing to view Visual Merchandising techniques applied to non retail spaces.  VM of course can be seen everywhere we look (if we really look) and at the newly refurbished Canadian High Commission on Trafalgar square the team here have added a touch of fun and bags of personality.  Who knew such an institution would look so good?  Anyway, a great range of narratives based on some of the worlds best known inventions.  Who would have guest that the paint roller was invented by a Canadian?  Ever played Trivial Pursuit, then you guest it, invented by Canadians.  If you happen to be cabbing passed their building, do glance across and be amused and amazed.



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Wednesday, 25 February 2015

Bugatti BMore, Dubai

Images Courtesy and Copyright Bugatti BMore

We are always pleased to see what people around the world are doing and great to receive images from our own well trodden path in the Middle East, Dubai.  Here at Bugatti Bmore the team have created a photography inspired theme with which to surround and support their merchandise.  Weren't the days of reels of film just the best years ever?  We have suitcases filled with images which we will probably bequeath one day to an organisation who are vaguely interested in this part of the 21st century, but then we are romantics at heart.  If you are reading this in the Middle East then do go and check out these guys.


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Tuesday, 24 February 2015

Joseph, London

Images Courtesy and Copyright Joseph

We really do appreciate contributions to this site to keep those VM wheels in motion and even better when we received these.  Joseph along the Fulham road is one of those stores that simply leaks the creativity from their windows and we are enormous fans.  This installation developed from their SS15 show in collaboration with Yasemen Hussein who sculptured and created these Geisha inspired headpieces on suspended bust forms which gently rotate in their Zen-like garden environment.  The Bamboo background has been gently illuminated in order to create an additional layer of depth and form the contrast between restriction and ease.  Just stunning work from the guys at Joseph.. 




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Monday, 23 February 2015

Gant, London


A vision of Greenery at Gant right now.  With the launch of their La Prep collection the brand here have leaped into Spring and what a welcomed relief.  Fauna everywhere and the only Blue and White that we have seen everywhere else recently is only in the product.  Beautifully produced of course as always.


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Sunday, 22 February 2015

Ted Baker, London


This was probably one of those Valentines schemes which we saw recently although it wasn't obvious at the time as we were rather impressed with the intensity of the colour at Ted Baker.  The brand tend to install the kind of things we used to see along Carnaby street in the 80's and 90's but we filed it under colour and have only just realised that we probably got it all wrong.  But there you go.  So large cut outs declaring Pure Love, Teds Tonic and a bit of passion thrown in with the strap line 'A bit of What you Fancy'.  Fancy. 


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