Visual Merchandising & Window Display Design Ideas From France
If you are thinking outside the box and are looking for inspiration to create something really artistic, this gallery will help you with that. Abstract designs, many colors, geometric shapes, all the nonsense and fantasy you can think of.
The visual merchandising & window display design ideas from France are remarkable in every way, and each brand seeks to have a unique display like no other. Competition is high and one has to stand out to impress the high standard public. But they say a picture is worth a thousand words, so we’ll let you see for yourself what the crazy French are up to:
Fantasy window display in Paris, France with giant balls made with tutu.
Shoe visual merchandising display on Rue du Four looks fabulous. Shoes arranged in the form of the number 60, in rainbow order.
Designer Manish Arora created an "Alice in Wonderland" themed store window for Printemps Shop, Paris, France.
Window store display for Baby Dior seen at the Galeries Lafayette in Paris, France. Theme display "I look outside and what do I see?, I see Spring looking back at me!"
Beautiful display which plays with big geometric display props and shadows, window of Dior in Au Bon Marche, Paris, France.
Visual merchandising created by Pedro Varela themed "Le Bresil" with colorful forms and patterns seen in Bon Marche.
Polaroid inspired retro window display themed "Palm Springs" seen in Bon Marche, Paris.
Window display made for the holiday season, Christmas time visual merchandising with many lights at Quartier de la Chaussee Dantin.
Working with lots of gold for this Christmas window display, visual merchandising for Dior, Printemps, Paris, France.
Gentlemen's wear for the Fall season, widow display at the Ralph Lauren, St. Germain store in Paris, France.
Cinema inspired props with accessories visual merchandising, for the Fall season, widow display at the Ralph Lauren, St. Germain store in Paris, France.
The sky is not the limit in this window display of Fendi Micro Collection. Beautiful pink merchandise seen in Paris, France.
Animal shapes and three branches props used for a Christmas window display by Hermes, Paris, France.
Yellow splash of color and accessories floating all around, a colorful window display for Hermes, in Paris.
Nature and green spring as the main theme for this window display for Hermes, visual merchandising seen in Paris.
Another window display created around the same theme of nature and green spring for Hermes, visual merchandising seen in Paris.
Colorful balloons and white doves props used to create a visual merchandising design for Hermes, in Paris.
Very creative display with a mannequin hanging upside down to take a photo, by Chloe's new flagship store in Paris.
When mannequins pose it always creates catchy window displays, inspiration from Lanvin in Paris.
Half mannequin, half creativity. Gorgeous display design creates for Lanvin in Paris.
Visual merchandising with a mannequin holding lots of shopping boxes. Lights arranged to make it look like a spotlight. Display seen at Lanvin, Paris.
Creative display focusing on cards as a main theme, and two mannequins opposing each other. Window for Lanvin, Paris.
Lanvin really goes for distinct props, in this one they used a pink Vespa and white merchandise.
A wall with a mirror shape on it in which the mannequin sees itself, creating an elegant feminine display for Christian Dior, in Paris.
Visual merchandising display with circus theme showing an elephant on a mirrored sphere, window for Louis Vuitton.
Another circus themed Louis Vuitton window, in this one the elephant is balancing on a mirrored sphere.
Visual merchandising for suitcases by Louis Vuitton and based on a Parisian theme.
"Enter the world of Comptoir des Cotonniers - chic with a French touch" describing the theme of this window display seen in Paris, from Mademoiselle Plume.
Interesting display using many white balls and two mannequins, with one displayed upside down and only showing the feet.
Flower and stripes display with bright red color shades for Marc Jacobs, seen at Printemps in Paris.
New jewelry wall display created at De'France using props like photo frames and stands that look like tables.
Rainbow brights on the floor and ceiling, plus an unconventional swing set make for a window display at Chanel, Paris.
Window display with two mannequins, using props such as a fence and a column, decorated with red flowers. Ralph Lauren window in Paris.
Branches with red flowers, paintings, a lounger and a beautiful candle make for a unique Spring window display. Seen at Ralph Lauren in Paris, France.
Ballerinas dancing to the moonlight in winter, a window display created for Repetto in Paris.
"Not all clouds are the same" theme for a window display by Repetto in Paris, France.
Using post-its in a creative way for a window display for the pre-fall collection in the new boutique of Fendi.
The Style Examiner: Lanvin store window using black butterflies as props, seen on Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, Paris.
Loro Piana visual merchandising window display for the Spring collection, Paris – France.
Trippy and artistic display, based on a single pattern and accessories created around the same pattern. Vitrine for Roger Vivier seen in Paris.
Alain Figaret window display using newspapers as props to focus on the business look of the displayed merchandise.
Christmas in Paris with a Eiffel Tower props and the blue city behind, seen at Printemps in Paris, France.
Inspiration for Christmas window displays with white and gold ornaments used for visual merchandising.
Symmetry and simplicity rule the vitrines galleries of La Fayette, with busts and masks seen in Paris.
Artistic window display looks like a painting, with contrasting blue and yellow colors for Hermes.
This window look very ordinary, yet that is exactly what makes it beautiful. Lilac curtain, movie lights, a coats hanger and a mannequin. Vitrine design for Lanvin.
Neon lights for a stylish night seen in a vitrine for Lanvin, in Paris - September 2011.
Tropical safari theme, with many exotic leaves for a vitrine design for Sonia Rykiel, Paris.
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