Monthly Archives: July 2009
it’s “all hands on deck” at Coach as they launched their new secondary line called Poppy. The addition of these colorful hands, to help merchandise this new, youthful product line deserves a real “high five”and reminds us why…it’s all in … Continue reading
Bring on a little drama to help cool the heat in the city and lure customers in! This elaborate ribbon dress was used as the backdrop for accessories in the window of Henri Bendel’s. Viola!
The 2 photos in blue were spotted this week in the windows of Macy’s on 34th Street. The more colorful photos are from Anthropologie back in June. /blog/2009/06/blowing-in-wind.html Whether or not this is an idea revisited, or just a … Continue reading
Do you love it or hate it? We see this one often – a wooden pole used to promote one item; in this case shorts and polo shirts. Visual merchandisers seem to like this simple idea – hanging a pole … Continue reading
It’s not the size of the prop or the big idea that is always the winner. Sometimes, it’s the simple thought or the well worn idea that works wonders. Though frames as prop is not a new idea, it was … Continue reading
A store window is nothing more than a stage – so get dramatic! Many brands do well to remember this and freeze frame small moments or create little worlds that grab pedestrian’s attention. Seen here in Milan – the all … Continue reading