Friday, 24 April 2015

Sunset: Louis Vuitton, Hermes & Kenzo, Dubai UAE

Serene sunset colours are curating the most luxurious fashion of brands right now in the Mall of Dubai. These are reflective of the dessert landscape outside of the air conditioned marbled shopping spaces we find ourselves in. Calming, relaxing colours float into one another almost like they have been dip dyed; providing a perfect backdrop for the most wanted products.

Sunset: Louis Vuitton, Dubai Mall
Sunset: Hermes, Dubai Mall
Sunset: Hermes, Dubai Mall
Sunset: Kenzo, Dubai Mall

Thursday, 23 April 2015

VM & Display Show: Islington Design Centre, London 2015

This has to be one of London's best events for the Visual Merchandising industry, celebrating 25 years in the business the VM & Display Show are host some of the most creative companies in the business. Highlights this year include the new Eco mannequin by Global Display www.global-display.co.uk; the raw wood scando cool laser cut letters at harlequin design http://harlequin-design.com; and for the brightest visual impact http://www.panachedisplay.co.uk; Panache display…only one day left!

VMDS: Panache Display
VMDS: Arty Wigs
VMDS: Harlequin-Display  
VMDS: Global Display, Eco Mannequin

Saturday, 4 April 2015

Future Fashion: Westfield, London

To celebrate the launch of spring summer 2015, Westfield has partnered with Inition to host Future Fashion – an immersive pop-up experience at Westfield London and Stratford City, which presents a brand new way of experiencing the season’s trends through technology. A series of digital fashion experiences take visitors on a journey through the season’s most covetable trends: Denim, Floral and Future Modern – through virtual reality and avatars.

Westfield, White City, London: Future Fashion 

Westfield, White City, London: Future Fashion 
Westfield, White City, London: Future Fashion  
Westfield, White City, London: Future Fashion 

Westfield, White City, London: Future Fashion 



Thursday, 2 April 2015

Melissa Shoes: Collaboration with Gareth Pugh, London

Melissa Shoes in Covent Garden is currently hosting a fantastic collaboration in celebration of 10 years of Gareth Pugh. The store works as an immersive retail space offering interactive technology, film installation and an immersive digital experience to its viewers. The store is designed by Mutu Randolph - a Brazilian artist who also designed the incredible soho store in New York and the Oscar Freire store in São Paulo Brazil; where the Melissa brand originates from. The Gareth Pugh exhibition is in store until May, featuring amazing pieces worn by Beyoncé, Lady Gaga and Nikki Minaj.

Melissa Shoes, Covent Garden, London 
Melissa Shoes in Collaboration with Gareth Pugh: Covent Garden, London 

Melissa Shoes, Covent Garden, London 

Melissa Shoes, Covent Garden, London 

Melissa Shoes, Covent Garden, London 

Melissa Shoes in Collaboration with Gareth Pugh, Covent Garden, London 



Tuesday, 17 March 2015

Shapes: Armani, Zara, Santoni & Longchamp, Milan Italy

In Milan we can not escape these big bold block interior shapes interpreted through shop windows at the moment…a nod towards the ever popular Memphis trend for SS15. Armani and Zara working a strong minimalist look with illuminated forms whilst colour being the focus at Longchamp and Santoni.

Armani, Milan: Memphis Shapes
Santoni, Milan: Shapes & Colour, Memphis 
Longchamp, Milan: Coloured Shapes and Frames
Zara, Milan: Memphis Trend

Wednesday, 11 March 2015

Game On: Berluti, Hogan & Moncler, Milan, Italy

Sports and games feature highly through themed visual merchandising concepts this spring. On the streets of Milan there's a playful fitness trend racing through these amazing luxurious brands, each different individual approach holds the creative signature of each brand effortlessly.

Berluti: Sports Heritage Window, Milan, Italy 
Berluti, Sports Heritage Window, Milan, Italy
Moncler: Boxing Games Window, Milan, Italy
Hogan: 80's Digital Sports Games, Milan, Italy