Harvey Nichols - Joys of Spring

Harvey Nichols has once again collaborated with London-based artists, Hsiao-Chi and Kimiya Tsai-Yoshikawa on its latest window scheme.


In celebration of the joys of spring, the display features 10 of the original fixtures taken from the ‘Futuristic Flowers’ design that originally adorned the store's façade in 2007. Compiled from 108 boldly coloured aluminium cut-outs; hand bent into 3D organic forms and hung with multicoloured metal chains, each window features an original piece of art from the duo, and is treated as an individual art installation.


The sculptural artworks have been carefully arranged in playful compositions that weave between the metallic mannequins wearing the latest spring/summer arrivals, set off by colourful 3D forms built from diverse materials that have been hand bent into equally diverse shapes, from feathers and flowers to sea anemone and jellyfish.




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