Sunday, 18 November 2012

Photo Essay: Selfridges' Christmas Window Displays for 2012

Kicking off Christmas at Selfridges
 Anya Hindmarch crackers and a train set kicked things off for a Selfridges-tinted Christmas.
The London windows were colourful as ever on Oxford Street.

See a time-lapse video of how they were put together by going to the official website.

Visual Merchandising with the Brand's Yellow Shade
 Their trademark yellow was used as wrapping paper for all kinds of objects (check out the sausage dog with the headphones).

2012 Window Display with a Christmassy Couple
 Even domestic set-ups have a fashionable twist.

Christmas TV 2012
 Christmas TV, Selfridges-style.

Festive Jumpers Galore
 More knitwear than you can shake a stick at.

Visual Merchandising for Children is Child's Play
 The kids are framed by a huge photobook.

Pearly King for Christmas
 It was nice to see a Pearly King getting involved.

Christmas Hampers at Selfridges
 Carrying on the patriotic vibes from their summer windows.

A Huge Shoe for Stylish Women
 A giant stiletto is big enough for Santa to be seen in.

Visual Merchandising Challenge: Working With Animals
 Everything gets a bit showgirl-esque with the horses and feather headdresses.

A Porter to Carry Your Presents
 Your presents are carried by a porter, naturally.

Kids Love the Window Displays
 A little girl is drawn to the lights.

A Giant Nutcracker for Seasonal Treats
 If you hadn't guessed yet, over-sized is the window trend of the season. Hello, giant nutcracker.

Alternative Christmas Tree with Photos
 An alternative Christmas fairy sparkles next to a photo montage tree.

Visual Merchandising for Men: Slouched, Naturally
 This man was not up for peeling sprouts.

Another Fairy for the Tree
 Another fairy hangs around the tree.

Visual Merchandising: The Giftcard
 One of the more corporate windows gave you ideas for those difficult-to-buy-for people.

The Christmas Teepee and Pizza at Selfridges
A makeshift teepee and pizza is the perfect way to greet Boxing Day, people.
[All photos my own.]

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