Thursday, 27 February 2014

Lighting: Jades, Dusseldorf, Germany

Everyone in the world of VM made a rush to visit the Euroshop show in Dusseldorf last week. Whilst London Fashion Week was in full swing, we couldn't miss the showcase of new visual merchandising trends and the best of retail design in Germany. Jades designer fashion store located in Dusseldorf city centre are collaborating with Genesis Display, Derksen Lighting and Formlicht to produce these neon lighting inspired windows. We love the hand gestures which bring a cool contemporary edge to the slick designer product. 






Sunday, 9 February 2014

School of Fashion: Harvey Nichols, London

Forgotten to do your fashion homework on what to wear this season? Fear not, we absolutely love Harvey Nichols’ School of Fashion windows for a visual lesson on how to dress this spring. Each window tells a story, from the ‘bad girls’ preoccupied by curling their hair rather than going to gym class, to learning those essential ‘fashion maths’. With the fashion weeks looming these windows are so much fun, but we seriously want to buy all the products! 

Harvey Nichols, School of Fashion, London
Harvey Nichols, School of Fashion, London
Harvey Nichols, School of Fashion, London
Harvey Nichols, School of Fashion, London

Wednesday, 5 February 2014

Mid-Tones: Miu Miu, Burberry & Louis Vuitton, London

Visual merchandising schemes in London are beginning to inject some colour onto our high streets as the fabulous new spring summer 2014 collections to emerge! Cool mid-tone visual merchandising palettes are working their way across the luxury fashion market at the moment, we particularly love the translucent coloured glass polka dots at Miu Miu, Westfield White City store windows.

Miu Miu, Westfield, White City, London
Burberry, Regent Street, London
Louis Vuitton, Bond Street, London 

Saturday, 1 February 2014

Craft: Jule Waibel for Berska, London

Artists collaborations are one of the hottest trends in visual merchandising and fashion brand Berska has tapped into this perfectly with Royal College of Art Graduate Jule Waibel's homage to the never ending Mary Poppins bag! This window features Waibel's craftsmanship through digital media as by hand she creates sculptured signature pieces. 'The project celebrates beauty to be found between geometry, transformation and play' (Waibel, 2014).

Berska, London: Jule Waibel 
Berska, London: Jule Waibel 
Berska, London: Jule Waibel