We will continue bringing you the latest in windows as much as we can over the coming weeks

Monday, 31 October 2016

Jimmy Choo, London

Images Courtesy and Copyright www.harlequin-design.com

Launching across all flagship Jimmy Choo stores around the world, the latest installation is exquisite.  The brand worked in conjunction with www.harlequin-design.com  to produce this scheme which consists of a vertical table complete with hand crafted tableware and food items all covered in sparkling Swarovski crystals (a whopping 2.3 kilos of crystals in each window).  If can go and see this for yourself it really is a delicious scheme for this phenomenal brand.




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Sunday, 30 October 2016

Smythson, London


We have seen a lot of references to interiors in store windows recently and this one with its fantastic colour combinations is super cool.  With amazing products of the highest quality this store with relatively difficult window spaces to work with always manages to surprises us.


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Saturday, 29 October 2016

The Watch Gallery, London

Images Courtesy and Copyright www.millingtonassociates.com

Taking inspiration from the Watch Gallery's 'Objects of Desire' editorial shoot, the team at www.millingtonassociates.com were tasked to produce this amazing snake sculpture installed at the brands' Covent Garden store.  The narrative here is influenced by the Garden of Eden where the products become the forbidden fruit which tempted Adam and Eve.  This stunning lifelike sculpture wraps around a tree trunk through the space surrounded with sumptuous foliage.  



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Friday, 28 October 2016

Desigual, London


Rocking a 'Farrah Fawcett' look right now, Desigual always surprise us with their windows, at least at their Regent street store.  There isn't much else we can comment on here other than the lighting framing this scheme although there will be more detailed schemes we can include in the coming weeks once Christmas kicks in across the world.


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Thursday, 27 October 2016

Evans, London


We have rarely included this brand here. As multiples don't tend to do very much out of the ordinary we usually struggle to find anything to comment on, however, just look at them now.  Inspired by stalactites, stalagmites and dripping water and of course the season of good will.  With their fabulously luxurious Black backdrop combined with glossy finishes this brand finally has some fresh air rigorously pumped into it.  We never knew it could look so desirable and no easy task for a brand that has been lost in the wilderness for so, so long.


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Wednesday, 26 October 2016

Anya Hindmarch, London


It was difficult to get good pics of this scheme as the store windows are very tight on space, however we love this colour Blue...a kind of Yves Klein or Jardin Majorelle (both favourites out ours) tone.  With what looks like Pacman references from the 80's this brand as usual is making a bold statement and thankfully no Christmas trees, tinsel and God forbid Silver birches.


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Tuesday, 25 October 2016

Molton Brown, London


While we are not a big fan of Christmas schemes ourselves this one at Molton Brown does actually look really great.  With their very convincing trees (as opposed to the usual faux decorated trees) with what appear to be references to an Alpine-style landscape this really does stand out on the high street currently.  We are trying to resist including Christmas just yet although it is a struggle to find much else happening even though we haven't yet got past Halloween.


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Monday, 24 October 2016

Joseph, London

Images Courtesy and Copyright Joseph

With some retailers teetering on the edge of Christmas (and some already in full swing) it is a huge relief to see that at least one of our favourite brands have such an amazing fashion-led scheme in place to feed our appetites for incredible installations.  And how stunning is this..!  Taking a trip into Josephs 'Acid Lounge' you can indulge yourself in a space that is presented as a fantasy organic landscape.  In stunning shades of Blue from the outside the scheme forms a living cave-like space with an inner core of Red, Yellow and Orange tones.  Its such a delight passing this store and if you can then do pay it a visit yourself.





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Sunday, 23 October 2016

Marc Jacobs. London


If you have seen the drawings of the 'faces' from this brands AW16 collection on social media then you will know how well this scheme ties into their launch.  The strap line here is Mrs. Peregine's Home for Peculiar Children and the story of Jacob who discovers clues to a mystery that stretches across time.  You will have to see the film yourself of course to find out more.



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Saturday, 22 October 2016

All Saints, London

Images Courtesy and Copyright www.millingtonassociates.com

This has been one of our favourite brands on the high street for quite some time as the tones of the product just hit the spot perfectly.  It was great for us therefore to see how this brand is developing with the launch of this Pop up space at the super iconic department store, Selfridges.  Created by those great guys at www.millingtonassociates.com and designed by set designer Jack Flanagan this exposed concrete and brushed steel framed installation sits so perfectly with the brands fantastic merchandise.




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Friday, 21 October 2016

Maserati / Zegna, London

Images Courtesy and Copyright www.elemental.co.uk

In celebration of the arrival of the first Maserati Levante to the UK, complete with luxurious leather upholstery specially developed by the amazing Italian powerhouse Ermenegildo Zegna, the team at www.elemental.co.uk have been a part of this exciting collaboration producing their latest installation at the phenomenal luxury store, Harrods.  The scheme includes references to urban and rural landscapes and terrain which ties in perfectly with the sleek, aerodynamic lines of the Maserati Levante and plays with the concept of motion and the imagined trails which this vehicle leaves in its wake.  A fantastic narrative and superb quality installation from all four brands involved.





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Thursday, 20 October 2016

Patek Philippe, London


Given the expense of the product at this brand and the likelihood that this is the kind of store that will be targeted during the twilight hours its no surprise that these windows are product empty although all that said its quite sad to see a window intentionally relieved of its product when this is the whole point of the space.  However, the point here is just to highlight the use of blocked colours which we are seeing across a multitude of brands, including further down below the scheme at Diane von Furstenberg.


Diane Von Furstenberg, London

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Wednesday, 19 October 2016

Valextra, London


We have to confess that we don't know much about this brand so have had to take a cursory glance at their website in order to find out who they are.  Clearly as they have a store along Mount street they are a significant player in the leather goods market and their products are no doubt gracing the pages of very glossy publications although that aside we were drawn in more by these globes with objects inside and in particular the use of blocks of colour in this repetition format, this is something we are seeing more and more across a lot of luxury brands which we will include this week.



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