Tag Archives: visual merchandising

Merci Indeed

Merci Indeed

Posted on 17. Feb, 2010 by Jon Bird.

0

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 [...]

The Hanging Gardens of Retail

The Hanging Gardens of Retail

Posted on 02. Feb, 2010 by Jon Bird.

0

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 [...]

Licking the Windows

Licking the Windows

Posted on 27. Jan, 2010 by Jon Bird.

2

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 [...]

This site is powered by IdeaWorks, Australia's leading retail advertising agency Sydney