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Fashion Night Out was Thursday September 8th and many in NYC (and around the country) were out to celebrate and support retailers. Levi’s put on a good show in it’s Meat Packing location. We love these wooden skyscraper/ skyline buildings … Continue reading
Always inspiring, another compelling window from Bergdorf’s. This one on the “simpler 57th St side of the store”, showed doors and keys in a most interesting way. The impact of the “domino” door display is terrific and the choice of … Continue reading
Floral vines were running through both Harry Winston and Van Cleef and Arpels recently on 57th Street. Harry Winston went with a monochromatic 3D white paper vine and flat art nouveau cut outs. At Van Cleef, floral vines were growing … Continue reading
Versace seen here at City Center in Las Vegas uses bright lights and plexi risers to successfully create a moody backdrop for it’s store. for more news of this new retail venue – see www.citycenter.com
with a lovely mix of product and vintage props this window manages to create an aura of an eccentric writer’s den and encourages one to stop and think about what lies within – like a good book you’ll have to … Continue reading
I came upon this surreal fantasy window recently and thought it looked like a funny dream. I like the wings and birds and black and white floor.
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!
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