If you’re looking for some inspiration then you need go no further than your local shopping centre. You see, the art of window displays has come a long way in recent times and a look at the store windows might be all you need to get those creative juices flowing.
In fact, these displays have been taken to a whole new level as they not only deliver an experience to the window shopper but can also play a role in helping to define a brand’s image.
Check out some of our favourite examples of great window displays from around the globe.
5 Inspiring Window Display Designs
1. Kyle Bean for Diesel
Sought-after designer, Kyle Bean created this stunning window display for Diesel’s flagship store in London. It cleverly features miniature models, vines and a striking temple.
2. Emily Forgot for Vertu Harrods
Emily Forgot’s concept for this amazing window display at Harrods cleverly highlights Vertu’s concierge service.
3. Zim and Zou for Hermes
Zim and Zou are renowned for their skill in paper art and have crafted everything by hand in this window display for French boutique, Hermès. This time they have used both paper and leather to produce this intricate fox den filled with trinkets, crockery and clothes with spectacular results.
4. Tequila Patrón for Selfridges
This window display takes its inspiration from artist Bruce Nauman’s 1996 show entitled 15 Pairs of Hands. The tagline says it takes 60 hands to make one bottle of the world’s finest ultra premium tequila and this window focuses on the 60 individual hands that make one bottle of Tequila Patrón.
5. Adidas – Point, Click and Buy
For something completely different, check out how Adidas has changed the art of window shopping with an interactive window display in Germany. Watch the video to see how the window displays a virtual store that lets shoppers point and drag items onto virtual mannequins to see how they would look!