Category: Visual Merchandising

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The Future: Louis Vuitton 2054 collection

What will Louis Vuitton look like 200 years after its foundation? This is the question that Virgil Abloh asked himself when he conceived the Louis Vuitton 2054 collection for the brand’s FW19 season, which tries to imagine the future of menswear. In the future imagined by Abloh, luxury menswear becomes …
London Fashion Visual Merchandising

Riccardo Tisci Presents The Burberry’s FW19

Burberry has unveiled the FW19 collection and to do so Riccardo Tisci, Burberry Chief Creative Officier, has collaborated with photographers Danko Steiner and Nick Night, who have represented the items of the new collection with very personal visions. Burberry’s journey continues in redefining a new identity and a perfectly codified lifestyle, …
Fashion Milan Visual Merchandising

Andy Dixon Designs for Versace

Los Angeles-based artist Andy Dixon is recognized for his charismatic use of color. He first came to attention in 2017 at PULSE Art Fair in Miami Beach through a presentation with Beers London.  We’ve grown fascinated with his contemporary take on classic paintings and his cheeky look at luxury lifestyle. …
Milan Fashion Visual Merchandising

Fendi Presents Mr. Doodle

Following dance, boxing battle and music, Fendi is ready to be conquered by the world of graffiti art. For the series “F is For…“, its digital platform curated by the millennials for the millennials, the Roman brand has decided to collaborate with Sam Cox aka Mr. Doodle. The London-based artist, …
Fashion Milan Visual Merchandising

Modern luxury by Bottega Veneta

Daniel Lee’s vision comes to life in the FW19 campaign of the brand   A deep blue sky and a desolate, bleached concrete basin, illuminated by Joshua Tree’s Californian sun. In the foreground models dressed in elegant designs. Between them, a gold racing car placed vertically. Daniel Lee chooses these …
Paris Fashion Visual Merchandising

Balenciaga Unveils It’s FW19 Campaign

For the new advertising campaign, Balenciaga hires the creative talent of Jean-Pierre Attal. The artist, famous for using photography as a form to portray contemporary urban society and decipher its multiple facets and paradoxes, chooses to recreate his 2012 project Ethnographic Landscapes. In his original work Attal transported the “man …