Fresh from the visual merchandising and store display trade shows in the USA and Europe, several trends were evident. Two of our favorites were textures and paper.
The paper trend in visual merchandising is not new, but is trending up as more designers and visual stylists learn the technique and embrace laser cutting as an art tool. You have probably already noticed supersized flowers in store windows this spring! We will feature flowers in a blog post soon, but today we’d like to share one of our favorite paper-themed store windows: Zoe Bradley for Louboutin.
At the forefront of the paper trend has been the amazingly talented paper sculptor Zoe Bradley. Known for her retail windows installations, she creates paper sculptures and clothes with intricate tailoring techniques and the type of craftsmanship you might expect at a couture design fashion house.
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All images in this blog post are courtesy Zoe Bradley Design