Tag Archives: Louis Vuitton

Autumn/Winter Fashion 2013

Various, Sloane Street, London

Before I hit you with Christmas windows, I wanted to share these images I took of fashion retailers on this West London street.

Roberto Cavalli-1

Roberto Cavalli-1-2Roberto Cavalli.

Hackett-1

Hackett-2Hackett.

Valentino

Kate SpadeKate Spade.

LK Bennett 1L.K. Bennett.  

Dior-1

Dior-2

Dior-3All three above Dior.

 

Louis Vuitton-1Louis Vuitton.

Food hall-1

I know this is not strictly a fashion window, but I always love windows that use multiple windows to tell a message. This one is from Harvey Nichols advertising their foodmarket.

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Maid in Louis Vuitton

Louis Vuitton, Sloane Street, London

I was seriously excited to find these, dare I say kinky, maids- windows. Miniature maid figures stand by loyally next to a LV classic bag, and life-size mannequin stands still holding a feather duster. These windows are visually fascinating, and are guaranteed to create a desire to buy!

 

 

Louis Vuitton Funfair

Louis Vuitton, Bond Street, London

Apologies for being away for a while. Thailand! These luxurious but fun LV Bond Street windows were installed a while ago, but I thought I would share them anyway. Mannequins and accessories ride on golden rollercoasters. The windows were installed and produced by Chameleon Visual and the concept came from LV Paris creatives. The UK based company started working with LV when the grand New Bond Street store opened in 2009.

Spring 2011 Trend Reports: Colour-Block Brights

Various, London

Bright, block colour is a major fashion trend this summer. Retailers are utilising on this trend to grab our attention. The stores have not just presenting their bright fashion in the windows, it’s in the window schemes themselves. Bright stock against bright background but also combined with white. Although this trend is mostly about mixing different block coloured together – I have thrown in some bright print windows as well.

Burberry, Brompton Road. Like the concept with the bags and the coloured acrylic, but the stock on the mannequins is a styling mistake..

Louis Vuitton, Sloane Street summer travel themed windows are deliciously coloured. Love the keys in the background.

Prada, Bond Street opted for an orange backdrop for their colourful accessories.

Zara TRF, Oxford Street mix up the coloured fashion with white and trow in some cool bright wigs.

I can’t remember who this is at all (terrible I know..), but nice use of mixing the bright prints with white.

Matthew Williamson capsule bag collection for BVLGARI, Bond Street.

Stella McCartney, Bruton Street. Fruit patterns are a key print in Stella’s summer collection. definitely fresh, but not sure if you would catch me wearing something like this..

Designer Spring Previews

Sloane Street, London

Luxury brands are promoting their spring/summer lines already and hurrah the sales are almost over, so there will be plenty of interesting windows to report on.  Here is a preview of what I have found on my travels.

Paint splattered trend still going strong at McQueen, Bond Street. I like the paint in the mannequins’ faces and the skeleton mannequin in pretty cool. McQueen has the most creative fashion shows with almost creepy models, music and quirky stage sets. Love it!

Chanel, Sloane Street. Chanel’s nautical collection with a Venice backdrop. I want the  shoe boots! Seems like this trend comes back every summer.

D&G, Bond Street. Animal print anyone?

Giorgio Armani, Bond Street. Pastels are going to be big again this summer.

Louis Vuitton, Bond Street. I think these windows are really cool, they’re dark with spotlights on these birdcages, that have LV accessories in them. Check out the little birds as well.

Fendi, Sloane Street. I had to show you this ladybird range because the bag is not just on my wish list, but also seems to inspire the idea behind the spots theme running through the windows.

Paul & Joe, Sloane Street

Matthew Williamson, Bruton Street. I love this window, it’s very transitional between winter and summer seasons with all the snow, the summer dresses and the beautiful birds and butterflies. I am expecting very, very beautiful things to come from Williamson this summer so stay tuned.

Designers at Sloane Street Part 1

Various shops, Sloane Street, London

Sloane Street is London’s high fashion shopping street boasting lots of world best designer shops. It is also one of those streets where wearing oversized sunglasses is a must.. So put your shades on and do some window shopping!

Simplicity and a rather beautiful backdrop at Alberta Ferretti.

Very sleek mirrored props and black mannequins again at Roberto Cavalli.

The above four windows are from Hermes. I happen to be a big fan a paper art , so I very much like these musical instruments and curtains made out of paper. The creative director of Hermes windows is Rebecca Cocks, and she does produce some creative windows that are also relevant to the places where the stores are.

By the way, check out this artist who did some other paper windows for Hermes Sydney stores. http://paperform.wordpress.com/

Nothing amazingly exciting at Missoni, but the knitted balls lookingbaubles are very recognisable for the knitwear brand.

Another example of a window that is very loyal to the brand image. Louis Vuitton.

Stay tunes as I have more to post shortly. Hope you’re not ill like me..