Tuesday, 25 February 2014

Miniature Hermés

These pictures are from a few weeks ago of the Hermes boutique on Sloane Street! Each box depicts a miniature scene made of wooden pieces painted with bold and bright colours! This scheme in particular has a heritage/vintage feel to it and displays products from each of their departments. 

Hermés: Sloane Street, London

Wednesday, 19 February 2014

Monochrome Chanel

Chanel have chosen a glamorous scheme of occassion wear with a monochrome backdrop for the latest scheme at their Sloane Street boutique. The backdrop features an abstract print which shows parts of a grand staircase and sculpted hand rail to portray the Chanel lifestyle. 

Chanel: Sloane Street, London


Dior's Sloane Street scheme focuses on block colour and motorbike helmets! The scheme has a distinctly summer feel to it with the bare legs and short sleeves. The large abstract blocks float mid way up the scheme to display smaller accessories and use bright colours to add interest. 

Dior: Sloane Street, London

Tuesday, 11 February 2014

Super Suave at Tom Ford

The new Tom Ford store on Sloane Street uses dramatic monochrome to highlight their smooth tailoring in their current window display. Focusing on a bold colour palette of black, white and blue the scheme is also beautifully lit

Tom Ford: Sloane Street, London

Jimmy Choo

Jimmy Choo have gone straight into summer with this exotic scheme at their Sloane Street store. The scheme features a large graphic along with foliage and golden bird cages to display the product. The scheme is also carried on in store with a similar display in the entrance.

Jimmy Choo: Sloane Street, London

Monday, 3 February 2014


Fendi's schemes are a bit different to the standard luxury store and always incorporate an art & design aspect. This time the scheme focuses around these furry monsters which are bursting out from the walls and stealing the product. 

Fendi: Sloane Street, London

Dr. A Hindmarch

The current scheme at Anya Hindmarch focuses around Science! The scheme is fun and innovative for the brand and uses lifesized props to authentically portray a laboratory. 

Anya Hindmarch: Sloane Street, London

Friday, 31 January 2014

Bottega Veneta

This checkerboard scheme at Bottega Veneta uses a mixture of deep red and ivory as a subtle Valentines reference. The oversized chess board and pieces take this scheme out of context and make it stand out. The gold details and backdrop add a hint of luxury. 


Bottega Veneta: Sloane Street, London 


Unfortunately it was a very bright day and these pictures do not do the scheme justice. This lovely scheme at Hackett focuses on the Great British weather with clouds and rain made from newspaper and card. The colour scheme focuses on neutrals to keep the scheme looking luxury. 

Hackett: Sloane Street, London

Sunday, 26 January 2014

Harvey Nichols Valentine

The side windows of Harvey Nichols are currently displaying their Valentines day scheme. The brand always avoid the obvious for Valentines day and this year have gone for a board game theme. Featuring fashion themed Monopoly, Snakes & Ladders, Scrabble and Cluedo, the windows use oversized props to display the perfect Valentines gifts. 

Harvey Nichols: Knightsbridge, London

Harvey Nichols Fashion School

This scheme is amazing and proves why Harvey Nichols are regarded as one of the most artistic stores for VM. The mix of doll-like mannequins, illustration and luxury designer clothing makes this scheme a welcome sight among the plain spring schemes which so many other stores are focusing on. The display shows that the brand don't take themselves too seriously, however I'm sure the scheme took months to plan! My favourite scheme of 2014 so far ...

Harvey Nichols: Knightsbridge, London