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Striking Joseph windows Brompton London

Saw these very striking windows in Joseph in the Brompton area in London, love the simple use of colour and the 3D globe made of acrylic sheets, the mannequin leaning on the window glass looks great too.





Altered Clothing – Tailoring and alterations – Jersey



Saw this fab tailoring and alteration store whilst on a business trip to Jersey the other week.

They have done a beautiful job of their shop front and window decal.

Its so nice to see independent stores that looked loved.





Urban Outfitters Oxford St

Love the use of colour in this window scheme and the way they have used the buildings windows, great use of scale.

Dreams Through The Looking Glass – Linda Fargo

On of my best memories of my first trip to New York was going to see the Bergdorf Goodman windows.

I stood there entranced and felt like a small child again looking at the amazing creations before me.

Linda Fargo is the Creative Director for windows at Bergdorf Goodman, back in 2003 she produced the book “Dreams through the looking-glass” which is a portfolio of her window designs.

I was looking through it the other day and was once again amazed at her fantastic creations. This book is a must for anyone who designs shop windows.

Click here to buy on Amazon

Window Display: New Visual Merchandising

About the book

A showcase of the most exciting, innovative and successful window displays worldwide,

this book offers inspiration and guidance to visual merchandisers and retailers who need to create eye-catching window designs that will increase sales.

About the author

Tony Morgan teaches Visual Merchandising at the London College of Fashion and also at Philip Green’s Arcadia Fashion Academy.

He worked as Head of Visual Merchandising at Selfridges for 18 years, where he travelled the world examining their different store concepts.

He is the author of Visual Merchandising: Window and in-store displays for retail.

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