Happy long bank holiday weekend for those living in The UK! For those not in Britain, this post will give you a glimpse of how retailers here in London have joined the country wide celebrations of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.
Here is a selection of windows filled with Queen Elizabeth herself, countless Union Jacks and a major opportunity to push any Britain related products…Guess, Regent Street.
Jack Wills, King’s Road.
L.K. Bennett, King’s Road.
Liberty of London, Great Marlborough Street.
Hackett, Sloane Street.
Irregular Choice, Carnaby Street.
The White Company, Sloane SquarePeter Jones, Sloane Square.
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Tagged Guess, Hackett, Irregular Choice, Jack Wills, Liberty, LK Bennett, Peter Jones, The Queens Diamond Jubilee, The White Company, window display, Window Display Design
VariousÂ stores, London
Wow I havent pressed the ‘New post’ – button for ages, but I’m back – finally. The sale time is nearly over, but I thought it would be good to look at what the stores got up to this winter sale time. And a couple of windows really stood out from the samey sale POS noise.
The White Company, Symons Street. It’s nice to see a completely white sale window scheme, without any hint of red.
MCM, Sloane Street makes sale look exciting with a fresh take on the chosen colours. The use of three and two-dimensional letters adds interest.
Marie Chantal, Sloane Street. A very understated but funky take on the subject. Also very similar to their last winter sale windows, which you can find here.
A lot of stores rely on POS posters to tell ‘the sale story’. Here are some that I really liked.
Links of London, Sloane Street.
Anthropologie, Regent Street add a ‘hand-made’- touch to sale POS.
Desigual, Regent Street. Clever use of the iconic I heart T-shirt. Funky idea, but does it look professional enough?