Category Archives: black and white
We like Converse’s a new urban take on the holiday. The paint splattered “Santa chair”, shoe wreath, and foot print wrapped packages make for an interesting holiday setting.
We’ve seen the black, white and red color story before. Which is exactly why we had to stop and double take these windows at White House/Black Market. Lovely trunks in the window along with understated black beaded curtains and a … Continue reading
Perhaps dreaming of a white Christmas…BCBG created a holiday travel fantasy with their current windows that are quite festive. This monochromatic mostly white theme uses pops of grey and black in it’s 2D illustrations of trees, presents and the Eiffel … Continue reading
To promote their Madison line, Coach adorned the walls of their windows with over sized flat sketches and cardboard cutouts in black and white to highlight this new collection. The layered illustrated cut outs help the bags take center stage … Continue reading
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
Here’s a pretty spring display highlighting the approaching Bridal season. Thousands of white butterflies made a serenely simple but eye catching display which was used in all windows so it had a continuous sculptural quality.
Here is a cute way to help marketing send an impactful message (insert black and white and red all over joke here) Great cardboard cut outs – balloons, poodle and eiffle tower – really say Paris! And this says children’s … Continue reading
Here’s one we sadly missed – it seems David Stark teamed up with West Elm to create an installation, The Purely Paper Flower Shoppe, in one of their New York stores for only a few days last week. And I … Continue reading