9th April 2020 #ThrowbackThursday Window Displays by Paula Bestford For this weeks #TBT post, we’ve gathered some of our favourites from 2017/18, to celebrate the lovely sunshine we’ve been having, we’re sharing some bright, colourful window and store displays. Off-White – Browns and Browns East – March 2018 We loved these graphic floral prints and impactful striped tapes that covered the boutique windows. Mixed with oversized Off-White branding and branded bespoke rails to compliment the luscious foliage which bought modern jungle vibes to the Browns East store. Matches – London Fashion Week Window Displays February 2017 For London Fashion Week Matches asked Hello Flamingo to create windows for their Ledbury Road and Marylebone stores. These windows showcased Roksanda and Stella McCartney, among others. From bespoke steel frame that housed cut lettering to recessed shapes to fit the beautifully crafted handbags perfectly, these windows were curated to compliment the designers works and made really beautiful displays. Browns – Jean Michel Basquiat collaboration – August 2017 In conjunction with the exhibition held at The Barbican, back in 2017 of iconic neo-expressionist, Jean-Michel Basquiat. Browns’ creative team approached Hello Flamingo to build inspired displays for their South Molton Street store. As part of the scheme, windows adorned enlarged prints of the artist work – along with garments from the collection. Large paper prints filled other windows, with hand sketches, notes. Plinths and windows had the highly recognisable ‘crown’ and ‘SAMO’ logos. Tags: #ThrowBackThursday,Browns,Hello Flamingo,Jean Michel Basquiat,London Fashion Week 2017,Matches,Off-White,Previous Projects,Prop Company,TBT,window displays Share your thoughts No Comments Leave a Comment: Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.