S ince 1977, Leila Menchari has been responsible for concocting the famous window displays for the Maison Hermès, 24 rue du Faubourg Saint Honore in Paris , as well as designing some of its most iconic scarves. She was born into a family of wealthy landowners by the sea near Hammamet in Tunisia…
A while ago we introduced you to the work of art director/set designer Sarah Illenberger. Inspired by worldwide Parade, her latest project for Hermes is entitled ‘Le Parade’. Illenberger’s created these beautiful window displays entirely made out of paper and Hermes boxes for Hermes Berlin store.
We introduced last year the work of Julia Chesky and her controversial ‘Original Hipster’ series, today we are focusing on her store window obsession. For the last 4 years the NY based photographer has been shooting windows display like its her job! Mostly New York and LA stores, she shoots
Another great project directly coming out of the (very buzzed school) Hyper Island. This Interactive Window Concept was made for their Advanced Interface Design class. Using Aussie streetwear brand WESC, they created these interactive windows where online uses upload their video, create their background and choose in which city they want it to showcase. A [...]
During Paris Fashion week, the upscale department store in Paris: Printemps is celebrating American fashion and culture with these clever window displays. Yes, Printemps loves New York!! And we love their beautiful window merchandising!
Brooklyn artist Dennis McNett will have his brilliant installations displayed at Barney’s Madison ( Madison Avenue be. 60th and 61st St.). The display will run from June 23 through July 12. The over-sized wolf, owl, and skull paper mache masks and sculptures bring a unique feeling to the 50 feet long windows on Madison…
In Paris the Printemps windows are always a big attraction, like the Macy’s windows in New York – So for the launch of Alice in Wonderland, they asked several designers to interpret a modern day Alice, similar to the idea behind Liebovitz’s shoot for American Vogue in 2003 .
The latest Tokujin Yoshioka installation for Maison Hermes in Tokyo is the opposite of typical overstuffed Christmas holiday display, clean and pure aesthetic… love it !