Vin­tage in vogue

VM&RD - - WINDOW DISPLAY -

Vin­tage shops come back to life at Har­vey Ni­chols’ shop front at Knights­bridge, where the re­tailer’s lat­est win­dow in­stal­la­tion cel­e­brates the Queen’s di­a­mond ju­bilee with the Bri­tish high street of the past. Sweet nos­tal­gia of the 1950’s acts as an in­ter­est­ing back­drop to also show­case the lat­est in vogue.

Call­ing it their most am­bi­tious win­dow in­stal­la­tion to date, Har­vey Ni­chols com­mem­o­rates Her Royal High­ness’ di­a­mond ju­bilee by trans­form­ing their win­dows into a quaint Bri­tish High Street of yes­ter­year with shops and bou­tiques from through­out the Queen’s il­lus­tri­ous reign. “We wanted our Ju­bilee win­dows to have a dis­tinct vin­tage 1950s feel about them to pay trib­ute to the era of the Queen’s corona­tion, while also ref­er­enc­ing the best in this sea­son’s fash­ion,” says Janet Ward­ley, Head of Vis­ual Dis­play for Har­vey Ni­chols. Each shop is play­fully named with some ref­er­ence to Har­vey Ni­chols, such as H. Ni­chols and Sons Green­gro­cer, Bloom­ing Lovely Florist and Nic’s Plaice Fish­mon­ger that dis­plays the best ‘Aquatic’ fash­ion from Spring-Sum­mer 2012, in­clud­ing Peter Pilotto and Christo­pher Kane. Other must-see shop fronts are the cheeky Har­vey Nick­ers lin­gerie shop and The Knights­bridge Corner Shop which is com­plete with sug­ary sweet con­fec­tions from the Har­vey Ni­chols Food­mar­ket set amongst this sea­son’s candy-

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