Featured on this weeks post, Selfridges have lunched another thought-provoking window scheme while Hermes has reopened their Bond Street store after months of refurbishment.

Agender is the latest window concept at Selfridges, celebrating fashion without definition; the windows explore and examine shifting gender boundaries through fashion, music and design collaborations. Cleaver display details in the way the stock has been showcased, multi-layering and flat-shaped displays make the product stand out as objects of sculpture rather than stock. Its great to see the windows being used to focus on the concept with stylised displays rather than a selling tool for product. Love the type and graphic elements of the scheme.

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With the long awaited Savage Beauty exhibition opening at the V&A the current windows at McQueen have a dark ambiance about them.

Mini treasures at Dolce & Gabbana.

Paint the town red at Dover Street Market.

Straight from the catwalk at Moschino.

Floral features, great use of the outside space at Victoria Beckham, which transforms the entrance and window into a botanical treat.

Re-opening the newly refurbished Bond Street store the new windows at Hermes are a true London treat. Beautiful sculptured roads weave through the windows, with iconic British keepsakes like teapots, red buses and pigeons!

Out and about this weekend in town, seeing many retailers experimenting with live feeds and social interaction for LFW.

Live feeds, social screens have taken over the windows at Topshop and Stella McCartney. It’s interesting the way the retailers have used them differently, one more astatically considered than the other.

Screens also feature in Topman displaying video content, which continuously changes. You don’t have to always go all out on led screens; lenticular artwork also gives you a great sense of motion, with a cheeky strap line Whistles new windows are ‘blinking lovely’

Sticker Shop is another fun window from Anya Hindmarch, taking inspiration from their up coming collection - also communicating with the customer about live feeds in a cartoon style speech bubble.

Vinyl artwork can really enhance a scheme; love the dramatic glass shards at Coach and the oversized everyday objects with a Louis Vuitton twist – of course.

Colour blocking at Anthropologie.

Mass floral’s at Chanel and Mulberry, amazing texture at Chanel, really showing a contemporary edge to this trend.

Liberty’s London Fashion Week windows are a tropical delight, fab colours coming through the evergreen.

Pop-up branded vehicles, always a nice touch.

New store opening on Mount Street - the first store for Christopher Kane and the interior is very slick, the windows are a little safe so hoping for more inspiring windows to come so watch this space.

Popped to see the Barbara Kruger exhibition at Skarstedt Gallery and the current installation in the RA courtyard space by Frank Stella.

As Sale was underwhelming I decided to hold off until more retailer’s new season windows were revealed. Clean, uncluttered and tonal shades have been used as a fresh colour palette for the new season windows.

Floral inspired schemes at Dover Street Market and Liberty, I love the rough plaster texture on the oversized flower heads at DSM. Liberty have Interesting product displays with these clear shrink-wrapped package parcels.

Oversized floral were also seen at Gucci, more paint inspired finish.

Linear lights at Stella McCartrney.

Paper plate repetition at Isabel Marant.

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Fun at the fair, transforming fairground stands into product showcases. (Bottega Veneta, Dolce & Gabbana)

House of cards at Christian Louboutin, while oversized Moschino drinks can is the main focus of the new season.

Gallery inspired windows at Harvey Nichols, individual pieces of artwork stand strong in the windows. Contrasting hard and soft textures from the art pieces to the mannequin finish, back walls and floors, it’s a truly beautiful minimal scheme.

Up up and away with Fendi.

HMVM’s Selfridges Bright Old Things favourite windows: Andrew Ekins, Michael Lisle-Taylor, Robert Roope.

Interesting automotive technology at Apple

Apple from Hayley Mills on Vimeo.

Iridescent fabrics at Louis Vuitton, product raised on luxury pallets.

Valentine details at Tiffany & Co

Mannequin Update:

Complementary hand crafted headpieces at Harvey Nichols.

Playful ties at Lanvin and Paul Smith.

Alternative heads at Selfridges BOT (Roger Miles, Nick Wooster)

Must see exhibition at Serprntine Gallery – Julio Le Parc

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