Dec’s Top Stories About Visual Merchandising Windows

1. Vacheron Constantin - Watch Christmas Store Window

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To showcase the 2020 new models, Vacheron Constantin designed this moving circular rainbow to highlight the new watches. Such a captivating Christmas store window display catches shoppers’ attention at first glance.

Photo: Shot at Harbour City, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

2. Gucci - Christmas 2020 | The Office Party

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Christmas store window displays 2020 -Tailormade-TDF Visual Merchandising Manufacturer

When we are in lockdown restriction and social distancing, Gucci transforms this Christmas to The Office Party. The new campaign sets the 90s as background to showcase the holiday collection and GG Marmont handbags.

The exotic design of the Christmas store window displays has an impressive lighting solution and display elements to catch passerby’s’ attention.

Photo: Shot at Harbour City, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

3. Prada - Christmas 2020

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holiday store windows_Prada Christmas 2020_TDF Visual Merchandising Manufacturer

Adopting silver, black and white as this Christmas theme colours, Prada‘s holiday store windows embrace a synthesis of classicism and futurism. The cinematic context in the holiday store windows with silver triangle Christmas trees brings the shopper to the mystery. It thus arouses the curiosity and motivates the shoppers entering the stores to explore the products.

Photo: Shot at Harbour City, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

4. Hugo Boss - Merry in Night

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Hugo Boss presents the theme of “Merry and Bright” to brighten your Christmas! The colourful and joyful new collection features hand-drawn heart and star motifs, which are created by illustrator Justin Teodoro. 

Therefore, we can see an uplifting Christmas window and in-store displays to attract shoppers attention. There is a shooting heart, vivid pattern on the floor and also a cartoon Justin to highlight the collection. 

Photo: Shot at Harbour City, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

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Christmas Store Windows_Hugo Boss_TDF Visual Merchandising Manufacturer

5. Rolex Christmas

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视觉陈列生产,橱窗陈列, Christmas Store Windows_Rolex 2020_TDF_Visual Merchandising Manufacturer

For this holiday season, Rolex turns its signature display set to Christmas cheer with seasonal decorations. The selected watches with the rich colours of materials and sparkling gemstones are showcased in the Christmas store windows to catch shoppers’ attention.

The delicate details of the holiday displays highlight the fine craftsmanship of Rolex.

Photo: Shot at Pacific Place, Admiralty, Hong Kong

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