In-store delights included popcorn and candyfloss vendors, as well as photo-booths for shoppers to be entertained. Mini Ferris wheels and other nostalgic fairground stalls popped up inside.
Selfridges have experimented with automation in the windows with each one running on a different mechanism interacting with the prop and product.
Selfridges other run of windows celebrate bespoke services the store offers, Love the attention to detail with the markings on the bust form and the collars lined in a row on the back wall, similar to the Fred Perry window featured in last weeks post. While the other side celebrates 60 years of fashion brand Chloe, dedicating an anniversary exhibition and window install.
Joseph has teamed up with Designer Mary Katrantzou, to showcase her SS13 collection, which has been inspired by travel stamps.
Pastel illustration of an English pound note, framing the mannequins in the arch.
Geometric shapes at Anthroplogie, nice use of repetition and colour.
Small accessories are always hard to display but adding a hint of humour and household items make a great light-hearted display.