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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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Chelsea, London

The Olympic Games here in London are well under way and is the talk of the town, and I would imagine on peoples minds all over the world. The retail world is showing their support to the Team Great Britain with these eye catching windows.

Joseph.

I love the humorous take in these Gieves & Hawkes windows in Sloane Square.

Peter Jones, Sloane Square.

Tommy Hilfiger, Brompton Road.

Ted Bakers windows are always full of humour.

Links of London.

Kiki McDonald.

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..