Thursday, 28 March 2013

Made In Manchester

Here are a few recent snaps from Manchester. Starting with Harvey Nichols and their exciting arcade game windows and bright character mannequins - love it! A sense of movement and cartoon fun.

The Marks and Spencers in Manchester has really upped it's game. I love the simplicity of the illuminated logo with the casual stance of the mannequins.

This window has an advertising screen for all of the M + S products - I think this will become more and more common in the windows of high street retailers.

I also like the simplicity of these fellow windows with a bold choice of colour on the back walls, the futuristic design of the aluminium clothes rails and the placement of the mannequins giving the window depth.

The children's department was fantastic with brilliant mannequins either jumping or standing with attitude creating a fun, interesting environment which kids will love!

1 comment:

Unknown said...

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