Fenwick of Bond Street - Halloween 2018

There are spooky goings on at Fenwick of Bond Street as Halloween arrives in the department store's windows. Designed in collaboration with Propability, the windows are based on 70’s and 80’s films with a strange mix of science fiction, drama and eerie horror.


The menswear window display gives a nod to the twilight zone in a retro revival. Propability sourced 25 old fashioned TV screens that are stacked at different heights with static playing on them for the windows, which feature tape strewn across the floor, VHS and audio cassettes and other portable sound and vision equipment.


A gravel floor adds to the scene with a dark backdrop featuring trees, lightning and the moon.


Posters from films such as E.T, The Lost Boys, Back to the Future and other 70’s and 80’s sci-fi favourites have been un-perfectly plastered around with cables hanging from the ceiling with exposed electrics.


The window produces an edgy, electric and un unplugged vibe to the menswear fashion brands and merchandise on display and takes your imagination away as to what else might be instore!

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