Check out our in-store pop-ups for Cara Delevingne’s collaboration with DKNY at Selfridges, Harrods and Harvey Nichols this month. In Selfridges; a huge metal structure defines the space, wrapped in vinyl to simulate hazard tape, black metal tables topped with checkerplate are used to display product and mannequins, and huge printed graphics display lookbook imagery from…
Environmental Graphic magazine Pencilcase have featured our Future Map windows for Bright Young Things at Selfridges back in 2012!
Our latest windows for Fred Perry draw inspiration from the bright lights of Soho; the pink and orange scheme adopts brightly coloured strip lights and live-edge acrylic shelving to make the colours pop and glow against the dark box graphic and light box backdrops. Photos below show a bespoke version of the scheme in Fred Perry’s Covent Garden store;…
Adidas Originals flagships in London and Berlin are home to our forced perspective cityscapes for the latest Adidas Blue collection. London’s Foubert’s Place sees the Tate Modern, Battersea Power Station and The Shard in it’s skyline while Berlin’s windows include TV Tower and Brandenburg Gate.
Karen Millen’s ‘The Atelier’ at Selfridges was updated with painted wood fixtures, delicately stripped back to reveal the natural grain of the wood, mixed with tonal hues and large printed graphics.
Here’s some shots of Christian Louboutin’s ‘Loubiville’ residing in-store at Printemps in Paris!
We were delighted to have two of our windows shortlisted for the Retail & VM Awards this year! Our giant articulated Louboutin Spider window was shortlisted for the “Most Outstanding Feature/Prop” category and Calvin Klein ‘Icebergs’ was shortlisted for “Best Use of Window Graphic”. Go team!