We love how Kiehl’s was able to create depth to their open-window display in Saks Fifth Avenue by playing with different layers of colors and sizes of boxes. The color pairings with the cloth bags and marketing bring a fresh aspect to the window while also reminding shoppers to stop in and buy a gift for someone on their list!
This winter season, Madewell has made not only your wardrobe but your shopping experience warmer and more colorful. Creatively incorporating different colors of yarn into the window displays (as seen in both pictures), we love the eye-catching effect the yarn frames has on both people passing by and the framing in Madewell’s products. This light-hearted approach to the cold weather that is coming our way will certainly turn heads and incorporate great colors into wardrobes!
These birch poles, logs, and risers add a great holiday look to the Levis store, while complimenting their brand very well. The natural wood and the pop of white make a clean and simple statement. Nicely done.
These windows at Saks for Dior are mind bendingly awesome. There is a lot of depth and movement going on in these Fall/Winter windows and the large metallic balls create a lot of visual interest. See the original pictures here.
Here is a great new start up company that has been making some news. We are fortunate to have a first look at their packaging and are in love with their soft and hard eyeglasses cases. The brushed gold finish paired with the branded colors and artwork make these pieces stand out. Inspired by the classic eyeglasses case designs of the early half of the 20th century, they are sophisticated in form and function and compliment the brand extremely well. Nicely done.
To learn more about Brownie and Madam, you can visit their website at the link.
We have noticed a bit of another trend lately with 80′s modernism and a move to the pastel neon colors with simple square and round shapes. This Louis Vuitton window reminds us a lot of the Dior window from last month.
Original post from retailstorewindows.
We saw these wonderful yellow and blue umbrellas at Tiffany’s the other day. They offer a great sense of whimsy and mystery to the jewelry, while being nautical and warm with the beach feel around it. Nicely done.
We have noticed a recent nautical trend with paddles. Our last post on Converse started the trend with their paddle display at Selfridges. Since then we have seen these great distressed paddle shoe fixtures as Sperry. We have also seen these paddles at Hermes used to display shoes. The boat displays are great in combination with the paddles. We hope this micro-trend continues because there are some highly creative things you can make from this.