Harvey Nichols has once again collaborated with London-based artists, Hsiao-Chi and Kimiya Tsai-Yoshikawa on its latest window scheme.
Fred Perry's latest collaboration with London-based fashion designer Bella Freud uses her distinctive style referencing the subcultures of her youth.
Luxury department store Harrods has transformed its Brompton Road windows into a space evocative of the most cutting-edge contemporary art gallery.
Women's clothing, shoes and accessories brand Tory Burch has launched its new Garden Party collection with a series of floral windows at the grand opening of its Regent Street store in London. The window scheme has also been implemented at the retailer's New Bond Street flagship and Westfield White City store.
Hackett's latest window scheme features an abundance of foliage in celebration of Kew Gardens. The scheme has been rolled out across 58 windows in 20 stores, in eight countries.
International high-end men's and women's tailor Faconnable has unveiled a window scheme inspired by film posters from the Art Nouveau era, complete with moving parts
Harrods has utilised the latest laser projection technology to celebrate 100 years of Louis XIII cognac in its windows. The scheme needed to be eye catching to members of the public from the outside and attractive to visitors in Harrods’ fine jewellery department. The installation will be in place until 25 April.
Women's fashion retailer Tory Burch has unveiled a series of windows at its two London stores to celebrate the nautical element of the brand's SS17 collection.
Referencing Amy Winehouse's original designs for Fred Perry, the latest collection remains rooted in the distinctive sportswear and pin-up silhouettes. British graffiti artist Pegasus - known for his stencilled piece of Amy Winehouse in Camden - pays tribute to the late singer with an exclusive rose design, printed onto select pieces.
In the run up to the opening of the revamped Fendi menswear department at Harrods, the Italian luxury fashion house collaborated with London-based artist John Booth to create a live window display.
Lebanese luxury department store Aïshti in Berut has unveiled a series of windows for Spring 2017 that pay homage to the world of art. By using large rotating discs filled with coloured quartz powder, the windows are brought to life.