Oasis - Turn The Tables

Fashion retailer Oasis has unveiled a new window scheme inspired by iconic porcelain designs from the Museum of Royal Worcester. The retailer's Argyll Street flagship store in London has been transformed to celebrate the latest print-packed collaboration featuring patterns from the heritage brand's plates, tea cups and tableware.

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Bespoke plinths were crafted to depict stacked plates and rotated mannequins in the windows.

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Elsewhere, printed teapots were suspended from the ceilings and walls to give the illusion of pouring tea, thanks to cleverly crafted acrylics.

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Central to the scheme, and creating a strong entrance to the store, is a mannequin dressed in a large skirt towering nearly three metres high and covered in printed plates made from acrylics.


The window scheme was produced and installed by visual merchandising specialist Lucky Fox.

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