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21st October 2015

10 YEARS OF THE GALAXY WITH ROLAND MOURET

To celebrate 10 years of the Roland Mouret Galaxy dress, we have been busy producing six windows in five different countries! The new Galaxy 10 capsule collection is presented on hands peeking from  layers of doors, mannequins nestled in giant, glossy number 10s and on plinths created from deconstructed interiors. Here are photos from the…

21st October 2015

ADIDAS TUBULAR IN PARIS

Here are a few shots of our new Tubular window for adidas in Shinzo Lab, Paris. Go and see the magic levitating shoes that hover above our bespoke, angular concrete plinths, all highlighted by bright white strip lights.  

21st October 2015

ADIDAS BY KOLOR

Check out our new window for adidas at Browns, showcasing their exciting collaboration with Japanese fashion house Kolor. With bright pops of colour and crisp lines, the display highlights the new range of bold, high performance pieces

21st October 2015

OUR MAD HATTER’S TEA PARTY FOR VIVIENNE WESTWOOD GOES TO MILAN

We recently had the pleasure of taking our playful Alice in Wonderland window for Vivienne Westwood all the way to Milan. Celebrating 150 years since the release of Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, the display recreates the delirious Mad Hatter’s Tea Party Scene featuring all of your favourite characters. Our bespoke table is adorned with…

5th October 2015

KENZO AT SELFRIDGES

We worked with Kenzo’s creative team to produce and install their space in Selfridges London. Focussed around their latest fashion film ‘Here Now’ the details in the space translate the colours and textures from the film. Frosted PVC strip is printed with a soft blue to orange gradient and hung from gloss metal frames, which are then…

5th October 2015

ADIDAS ORIGINALS TUBULAR AT LONDON FLAGSHIP

We’ve just received photos of our bold Tubular windows and exterior store wrap at adidas Originals flagship on Foubert’s place. Carrying the same aesthetic as the windows in Paris, distorted architectural graphics fold over the facets of the store front and frame the huge screens in each window, pulling you in to see the campaign footage….