The latest AW18 Clarks window scheme is the biggest and most ambitious to date. With comfort and movement being so important to the Clarks brand, the retailer wanted to show how the product enables this. The window scheme features suspended individual Trigenic shoes, each one programmed to move in a perfect wave sequence.
The latest window scheme at Liberty London is designed to coincide with the store's Alternative Fragrance Festival, which takes visitors on a sensory journey through the Liberty fragrance edit.
The Piping Hot window display at Fenwick of Bond Street features scaffolding style shelves and waste pipes sprayed in various colours.
The Kids Collection window at Uniqlo on Oxford Street has a woodland theme, featuring natural materials.
Distorting perspective of the summery and colourful streets of Parsons Green in London, layered, textured and detailed façades support Hackett’s most recent launch of Classics Reinvented.
Beautifully intricate loom frames adorn the windows at Lululemon's London stores, including Regent Street, Covent Garden and King's Road.
This autumn, US department store Macy's is helping kids kick off the new school year in style with its Time to Shine campaign.
Selfridges worked with Seen Displays to create this window scheme for its Eye See campaign, which coincides with the launch of the new optical destination.
The current window scheme at Harvey Nichols is based on quintessentially British pastimes, featuring this season's fashion and accessories in humorous settings to highlight the retailer's tongue-in-cheek approach.
This summer, tropical vibes and tribal sensations capture a global print and colour direction at Macy's in New York, with surf and sporty elements strewn throughout for an eclectic aesthetic that hints at adventure and travel.
Victorinox has transformed its windows into a world full of colour for its latest travel campaign.