The weather might not be summery yet, but the Chelsea in Bloom in association with the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) gets you on the mood instantly with shops blossoming with their amazing installations. The shops are invited to compete for the award ‘Best Floral Display’. The theme this year is ‘Decades’ to celebrate 100 years of the RHS Chelsea Flower Show. The floral displays reflect iconic periods of British design whilst taking inspiration from participating retailers’ archives from the past 100 years.
The voting is still on here: http://www.chelseainbloom.co.uk/gallery/
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