Christmas has arrived at Karen Millen, with the retailer launching its 'Be More Christmas' campaign across 47 stores in the UK, Europe and North America. Using shimmer curtains, luxurious soft furnishings, oversized props and traditional Christmas decor, the windows create a warm and inviting scene full of movement and dazzle.
The run of windows at Paris department store Printemps reveal the magical worlds of Father Christmas. The narrative once again features Jules and Violette, with new characters that have been designed and produced in collaboration with partner brands.
Fortnum & Mason's 'Masters of Merry' campaign celebrates how the brand has mastered the art of merriment and the magic of Christmas year on year, throughout its long history.
Illumination and Universal Pictures' Dr. Seuss' The Grinch is stealing the holiday campaign at Bloomingdale's this season. The funny, heartwarming and visually stunning story guides the retailer's holiday celebration with its catalogue, nods to the movie in store and full window takeover.
When it comes to gifting, everyone knows it's the thought that counts. Now you can gift one, literally with Diesel's latest marketing campaign. With any piece bought from the current Diesel collection leading up to the holiday season, customers will also receive a thought bubble to include with the gift.
Harvey Nichols has unveiled its Christmas windows today (Friday 9 November 2018), full of glitz and sparkle, and with a touch of Mary Poppins. Inspired by festive celebrations, the displays have been designed to entice and capture the attention of customers by using a sparkly metallic colour palette and dazzling product displays to create a celebratory festive feel in the iconic Knightsbridge flagship windows.
Harrods has unveiled its 2018 'Fantastica' Christmas campaign, created by the Department of Surprise and Delight. Transforming all corners of Harrods, including the windows, the Department of Surprise and Delight is a dedicated team that will be hard at work throughout the season providing unexpected moments of joy for all.
'As experts of the exceptional and makers of magic, it is our job to take our customers on a journey, whisking away their imagination. Luxury is a story, rich in meaning, emotions and moments, and I feel that Fantastica truly touches the pinnacle of sensory storytelling. From the windows, our stage to the outside world, to magical moments to surprise our guests within our four walls, we want the Harrods customer to be taken on a limitless journey this Christmas. Fantastica has completely challenged and stretched our creativity, but with an ambitious scheme came the opportunity to create a world of theatre, and I believe we have created something truly magical,' says Alex Wells-Greco, creative visual director at Harrods.
Liberty London's Christmas 2018 windows illustrate the theme 'The Liberty Christmas Story', whereby the animals that are intricately carved into the panels and pillars of the iconic building come to life through print, verse and display.
The highly-anticipated Christmas windows at Fenwick Newcastle were unveiled on Friday 2 November. Inspired by the much-loved children’s picture book The Snowman by author and illustrator Raymond Briggs, which was published 40 years ago, the windows were created in conjunction with Penguin Ventures, part of Penguin Random House. It tells the story of a young boy, James, who wakes at midnight to find the snowman he built that day has magically come alive. Their instant friendship takes them on a journey, first on motorcycle and then by flight together to the North Pole for a snowman party and to meet Father Christmas with his reindeer. The story has been brought to life in the Fenwick windows.
To mark the launch of Lululemon's collaboration with Francesca Hayward, principal dancer of the Royal Ballet, the retailer has unveiled a window scheme that gives a modern, fresh take on ballet, with clean lines and a muted palette. Simplicity and pared-back elegance was key to the window display, designed and installed by Lucky Fox.
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.