Tag Archives: visual merchandising
Posted on 17. Feb, 2010 by Jon Bird.
Tweet Think “charity store” and you conjure up a small, overstocked, slightly dusty shop full of clothes and knick knacks of sometimes questionable taste, staffed by well-meaning volunteers with blue-rinse hairdos. Yes, sometimes you can pick up something really special, but you’ve got to search through a lot of haystacks to find that bright, shiny [...]
Posted on 02. Feb, 2010 by Jon Bird.
Tweet Fast Company magazine once said of US lifestyle and apparel chain Anthropologie that “it’s hard to tell where the merchandise ends and the display begins.” Never a truer word was spoken than of their first store in the United Kingdom, which opened on Regent Street in London late last year. The store is a [...]
Posted on 27. Jan, 2010 by Jon Bird.
Tweet They call it “leche-vitrine”, or literally “licking the windows”. The phrase is highly appropriate for the huge number of exquisite and tantalising patisseries, confiseries and chocolatiers in Paris. While on a recent trip to the French capital, one shop in particular had my tongue hanging out – La Cure Gourmande (translates roughly as the [...]