Tiffany & Co. | Chinese New Year

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festive window display 2022

《VM Inspiration For The Week》

Chinese New Year holidays and Valentine’s Day are coming! Tiffany & Co. brings glamorous holiday window displays to guide shoppers’ gift selection for the coming festive.

The delicate window props include Chinese lanterns and jewellery models to hold the feature ring. Meanwhile, another window display illustrates the romantic love to introduce the Atlas X collection to passers-by. The remarkable storytelling thus arouses shoppers’ curiosity.

Photo shot at Harbour City, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

If you have exciting projects in luxury holiday windows, props and product displays, welcome to check out our services here or contact us directly.

festive window display 2022

《VM Inspiration For The Week》

To pay homage to Anna Paparatti’s colourful work, Il Gioco del Nonsense (1964) translates to “the game of nonsense”, Maria Grazia Chiuri, Creative Director of Christian Dior, transformed the SS22 fashion show venue into a 1960s dream. It is also interpreted in the seasonal window displays.

We can see the heavy colour blocking and pop-art theme in the window campaign, similar to what we saw in the SS22 fashion show. A giant board game is also displayed in the window displays. The optimistic shades and 60s mood of the theme are catchy on the street.

Photo shot at Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

If you have exciting projects in window props production, welcome to check out our services here or contact us directly.

《VM Inspiration For The Week》

To pay homage to Anna Paparatti’s colourful work, Il Gioco del Nonsense (1964) translates to “the game of nonsense”, Maria Grazia Chiuri, Creative Director of Christian Dior, transformed the SS22 fashion show venue into a 1960s dream. It is also interpreted in the seasonal window displays.

We can see the heavy colour blocking and pop-art theme in the window campaign, similar to what we saw in the SS22 fashion show. A giant board game is also displayed in the window displays. The optimistic shades and 60s mood of the theme are catchy on the street.

Photo shot at Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

If you have exciting projects in window props production, welcome to check out our services here or contact us directly.

《VM Inspiration For The Week》

To pay homage to Anna Paparatti’s colourful work, Il Gioco del Nonsense (1964) translates to “the game of nonsense”, Maria Grazia Chiuri, Creative Director of Christian Dior, transformed the SS22 fashion show venue into a 1960s dream. It is also interpreted in the seasonal window displays.

We can see the heavy colour blocking and pop-art theme in the window campaign, similar to what we saw in the SS22 fashion show. A giant board game is also displayed in the window displays. The optimistic shades and 60s mood of the theme are catchy on the street.

Photo shot at Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

If you have exciting projects in window props production, welcome to check out our services here or contact us directly.

Other Window Displays

We gather the latest Visual Merchandising news and share our thoughts about the VM industry. These are exciting display examples

We gather the latest Visual Merchandising news and share our thoughts about the VM industry. These are exciting display examples

We gather the latest Visual Merchandising news and share our thoughts about the VM industry. These are exciting display examples

We gather the latest Visual Merchandising news and share our thoughts about the VM industry. These are exciting display examples

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