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Store Windows : Fashion Store Window Displays

The design of store windows is an important aspect of fashion retailing. If you work on clothing store window displays, or enjoy looking at them, please join this group.

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Clothing Store Window Dispalys

In this group we will have discussions regarding fashionable window displays. If you work in this area of the fashion industry, please share with us your thoughts and ideas. If you are a window dresser or store associate, We would very much like to hear what has worked for you in the past, as well as the methods that did not work so well.

Please add images of fashion window displays that you have created or ones that you have seen that caught your attention. Possibly, we will create a collection of photos of store windows and displays from all over the world... Lets share ideas, so that all of us can be successful with clothing store window design.

If you are a retailer and wish to post your store display, you are welcome to include a link to your store (maybe some members are interested in shopping...).

If you are a professional window designer, please let us know about your window design services.

The discussion forum is for QUESTIONS and ANSWERS. Please do NOT use this section as a blog to promote your own business. Be careful to only post in the proper category.

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Comment by Apparel1 on January 8, 2011 at 8:39am
Store window featuring Ralph Lauren.  Lord & Taylor NYC 2010
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Comment by Apparel1 on January 7, 2011 at 8:02pm
Here is a photo that I took of a Steve Madden shoe store window January 2011 in New York City.  34th street...
Comment by Apparel1 on December 20, 2010 at 3:57pm
Anthropologie Wins Platinum Award For Rockefeller Center Store : Window Display

DDI Magazine has named Anthropologie's Rockefeller Center store as the Platinum Award winner in the annual Winning Windows Manhattan holiday retail window competition. Tiffany & Co. took home the second-place Gold Award, and Bergdorf Goodman was honored with the third-place Silver Award.

For the 11th consecutive year, the DDI Winning Windows Awards honor the top three Manhattan retail stores for their excellence in holiday window design. Winning Windows judges walked New York City, touring the storefronts and delighting in the creative, festive and impeccably executed designs that window teams across the city have spent the past year planning.

Judging was based on three criteria: originality and creativity, spirit of the season and technical aspects of execution. This year's judges included Jessie Bove, managing editor, DDI Magazine; Ron Knoth, professor, Laboratory Institute of Merchandising; and Peter-Tolin Baker, principal at P-T B Design Services.

Anthropologie's windows are inspired by trees this year. Through the use of both live and handmade trees, the retailer's stores recreated the traditional narrative of a tree farm. At Rockefeller Center, one window features pinecones—real and handmade—cascading from a wintry bench decorated with colorful yarn. Other windows showcase various interpretations of pinecones, trees and branches, playing with scale and offering passersby a glimpse into a hidden world. Lastly, a window of stacked pastel boxes features hundreds of trinkets and baubles, some adorned with vintage gift tags, beckoning visitors to peruse the goods inside.

Photos of the winning windows award recipients can be viewed at http://www.ddionline.com.

Comment by Apparel1 on November 19, 2010 at 1:52pm
Lord & Taylor unveiled its annual Christmas Windows on November 15th, 2010 with performances by Emmy and Tony award-winner Kristin Chenoweth and the Young People’s Chorus of New York City along Fifth Avenue.
Comment by Apparel1 on November 18, 2010 at 6:14pm
Here is a video I took at a Nygard store in New York City. I thought it was cool the way they used video in the window display. Nygard Store Window Display video 2010.
Comment by Apparel1 on November 12, 2010 at 3:45pm
LORD & TAYLOR TO UNVEIL CHRISTMAS WINDOWS NOVEMBER 15th 2010Lord & Taylor will unveil its annual Christmas Windows on November 15th, 2010 with performances along Fifth Avenue by Kristin Chenoweth and the Young People’s Chorus of New York City. For the first time ever, anyone, anywhere in the world can be a part of the experience by watching the event online, which will be live-streamed at: http://www.lordandtaylor.com/share

Comment by Apparel1 on September 19, 2010 at 8:48pm
Here are a few images that I took of the Bergdorf Goodman windows September 19th, 2010.
Comment by Arcadia Maximo on August 30, 2010 at 10:56am
Hello Everyone,
I'm new to the group, as well as new to the Fashion Industry Network. I've done windows and interior displays for large department stores, as well as the smaller chain stores. I LOVE this line of work. I also teach part-time at City College of San Francisco in the fashion department. My class is of course Visual Merchandising :). I started a blog for my students called I Do Windows, but is read by anyone who loves what we do. I look forward to networking and learning from everyone here.

Ciao,
Arcadia
Comment by Apparel1 on August 11, 2010 at 9:02pm
Forever 21 New York August 2010 - use of fashion mannequins as well as fashion illustrations.

Learn more about Forever 21 clothing store.
Comment by Apparel1 on August 6, 2010 at 6:24pm
Zara store window display in New York City. Took this a month or two ago...

 

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