Thursday, 31 October 2013

Halloween: Butler & Wilson, Zara, Pull & Bear, London

In case you have managed to escape the Halloween hype on the high street, here are some of the most inventive spooky schemes happening in London at the moment, we particularly like the creative mannequin make-up at Zara and Pull & Bear on Oxford Street. 

Pull & Bear, Oxford Street, London 
Zara, Oxford Street, London 
Butler & Wilson, South Molton Street, London 

Wednesday, 30 October 2013

White Washed: Liberty & Cos, London

The white washed minimal approach to these windows is usually synonymous with brands such as Martin Margiela, but we absolutely love how the product becomes hero at Liberty and Cos. The use of everyday objects within the Cos scheme compliments their brand ethos of constructed functional pieces which are fun and minimal, whilst the exclusive to Liberty print Nike sneakers capture the London iconic landscape.




Tuesday, 29 October 2013

Store Front Vinyls: Lazy Oaf & Terry de Havilland

Innovative design ideas in visual merchandising often come from the smaller more independent retailers and here in the most fashionable part of Newburgh Quarter in London some of the most cutting edge niche brands are clearly setting their place in the market. We absolutely love the store front vinyls at Terry de Havilland and Lazy Oaf, tapping into the ever popular visual merchandising graphic illustration trend.