Radley is celebrating the Year of the Dog with a series of gold shimmering Radley dogs in five of its stores across the country. Chinese New Year is the ideal time for Radley o bring to life the brand's image and latest seasonal collection. To give Radleys signature branding a seasonal twist, Tenn produced a series of gold shimmer sequin dogs. Laser cut to portray the Radley dog, each panel was sprayed with a gold finish and decorated with gold sequins.
For John Smedley's Valentine's Day window at Fenwick of Bond Street, One Big Company approached Tenn to bring the scheme to life. Working alongside a local florist, the scheme began with a base wicker heart. Faux peonies and flowers were weaved through the heart and hung into place to perfectly frame in-store busts.
Selfridges' latest window scheme on Oxford Street explores the department store's Radical Luxury campaign. Over five months and four themes, Selfridges considers the concentration and dilution of luxury today. As the department store completes its 5,574 sq m David Chipperfield-designed Accessories Hall – its biggest capital investment project to date and the world's largest space dedicated to extraordinary luxury goods – the store's 2018 creative campaign muses on the ideas and desires which underpin it.
South London-based artist, Rebecca Strickson (Ridley Scotts Associates Design & Animation) has created a shopfront mural for We Built This City on Carnaby Street. Inspired by traditional trade union banners and protest march signs, work from Strickson's 'Campaign' project made headlines last Summer, with many sharing her designs – from Alexa Chung to Emilia Clarke – on social media during the weeks leading up to the UK general election.
Hunter has brought the rolling hills of Wales to its Regent Street store windows to celebrate its Spring/Summer 2018 collection. Following a scenic campaign shoot in the Brecon Beacons, Tenn worked alongside Hunter to bring the campaign to life through an immersive and scenic window display.
Harrods has unveiled a new campaign in its Brompton Road Exhibition windows, celebrating the arrival of VETEMENTS in store. The brand has opened a womenswear boutique within Harrods Superbrands on the first floor as well as a VETEMENTS Menswear boutique on the lower ground floor.
Love is in the air, as is Spring and celebrations for Chinese New Year in the windows of London. We took a stroll down Jermyn Street, Piccadilly, Bond Street and Burlington Arcade to see what new window schemes we could spot. Here goes...
Topshop and Topman have launched a joint window scheme highlighting the launch of the Spring/Summer 2018 collection in their flagship stores. The scheme was produced in different tones using both matt lilac and blush pink reflective finishes, contrasting against panels treated with specialist concrete effect to create illusion and reflection inside and outside the window.
The windows are designed to show a cohesive image across both brands, which is achieved across the space with linear edges and scale.
Love is in the air at Michael Kors. In the run up to Valentine's Day, Harlequin Design has been working with Michael Kors on the production of hundreds of handcrafted paper flowers. This romantic display was designed, produced and delivered to 28 stores throughout the UK and Europe.
Printemps is celebrating the arrival of the SS18 collections with an 'Inventive Wardrobe' initiative. For the events, five artists have redesigned the window displays by introducing an original and exclusive visual creation.
Italian fashion brand Miss Sixty has unveiled a beautiful floral window display to celebrate the arrival of its Spring/Summer 2018 collection. Installed in Miss Sixty stores internationally, the scheme is made up of hundreds of spring coloured flowers, tumbling from floating urns, floating mini birdcages filled with flowers and a vintage swing with floral arrangements.