Monthly Archives: August 2011
We are loving Kate Spade’s year of color for it’s cohesive message carried from product through store display and beyond. July marked their black and white month and the stores really shown in high drama. From the sculpted wigs to … Continue reading
We have noticed little mannikens popping up everywhere this year! Seen moonlighting at Hermes, working promotions at EuroShop or dancing at H&M, we’ve spotted these little people being used in a variety of creative ways. Where have you spotted them?
We couldn’t help but be inspired by the Bleecker Street RRL & Co window. The whole RRL & Co concept is based on pieces that are vintage or vintage inspired, a rugged departure from the preppy chic of traditional Ralph … Continue reading
JCrew is putting a fashion spin on the periodic table. Their window campaign features mannequins placed in front of a periodic table where a few elements are swapped for featured items of the season. What a clever spin on the … Continue reading
Most of us think of curtains in the traditional sense with drapes of fabric used to give shade to our windows. In visual merchandising the use of a “curtain” can be widely interpreted and help lend excitement to a store … Continue reading
Similar to Ann Taylor earlier this week, we spotted color blocking at Club Monaco. The theme is understated but has a subtle impact, especially in person. For the back walls of their store windows they layered sheets of art paper … Continue reading