With bold retail design ambitions, Charlotte Tilbury has unveiled the Hollywood Flawless Filter promotion. Design4Retail transformed Charlotte Tilbury's windows across three key locations. Working with the brand’s global guidelines, D4R developed, produced and installed window displays which intensified the Hollywood glamour; a design that has quickly become synonymous with the brand.
Spring has sprung at Ted Baker. This fun window scheme has been produced in collaboration with Millington Associates, which made 67 spring onions in total. The onions all have varying personalities, all placed on springs and hand turned in Millington's studios.
Michael Kors unveiled its Spring Horizon windows with a helping hand from Harlequin. Solvent print high quality finish magnetic vinyl backdrops were created and used alongside bespoke surfboards.
Karen Millen has unveiled the next instalment in the 'Be More Karen' series for Spring/Summer 2018, which sees the focus shift to occasionwear season with Karen Millen having all the styles covered for the key events in the calendar. Design by Karen Millen, the scheme was produced by ICON Retail.
Coach x Keith Haring is a special-edition collection combining artist Keith Haring’s iconic illustrations with Coach’s signature craft and all-American attitude. It’s a celebration of two legacies, both inspired by the spirit and optimism of New York City. Designed by Coach, the window campaign at De Bijenkorf department store in Amsterdam was produced and installed by Harlequin.
Lululemon is celebrating its number one yoga pant – the Align – in its latest window campaign. Lucky Fox designed a window scheme to showcase the meticulous development process undertaken by a team of designers and scientists to create the athleisure brand’s hero piece.
Hackett's latest window campaign has been inspired by the Great British Stripe collection. Harlequin worked closely with the British menswear retailer to design an optical illusion cheating depth and perspective with giant 3D columns, shadows, stripes and flat layered materials.
Rabbits took over the windows of John Lewis on Oxford Street in celebration of Easter. The department store worked alongside Harlequin Design, which produced around 1,200 bespoke mesh rabbits for the Easter campaign windows.
For Joseph’s Spring 2018 Urban Forest, the brand's head of visual merchandising, Nathan Hicks, worked alongside Tenn to produce a bespoke installation. Using local wood suppliers, carpenters and manufacturers, Tenn sourced, stripped and sanded a series of birch wood planks to bring to life Joseph’s visualisation.
To celebrate its 25th birthday, Cath Kidston has released a limited edition collection featuring prints inspired by the brand’s history. To kick off the party, the home furnishings retailer has launched a series of windows.
Harrods features in the new Peter Rabbit film, and in celebration has unveiled a series of window schemes. The Hans Crescent window displays were produced by Millington Associates and feature recreated scenes and props from the new film, complemented with mannequin forms created specifically for the scheme.