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  • Barneys

    New York WindowsSubscription

    Big, bright and bold was the dominant aesthetic in stores’ window displays during New York Fashion Week.

  • Garment Quarter, Bristol

    Buying brave proves more lucrative than playing safeSubscription

    Garment Quarter owner John Reid charts the ups and downs of his autumn 11 buy at the Bristol indie.

  • Andrew Moore Managing director, George at Asda

    What’s in store?Subscription

    Our panel reveals the key styles that will get the festive tills ringing, and why a white Christmas is the stuff of nightmares

  • Selfridges Oxford Street, London, 2010

    Christmas decorationsSubscription

    Creating a festive window display is a retail tradition, but making yours stand out from the crowd is the difficult bit. Here are some stores that pulled it off.

  • Jaeger, Canary Wharf, London

    Jaeger London, Canary WharfSubscription

    This small store serving the area’s businesswomen is trading far ahead of expectations thanks to a new fit-out and a precise understanding of its customer.

  • Ralph Lauren, RRL

    An inside jobSubscription

    Retailers defied a year of worsening trading conditions to create some memorable store interiors, albeit almost exclusively in London.

  • Dolce & Gabbana

    Shopping paradeSubscription

    With a wealth of modern, distinctive store designs in Toyko, window shopping has never been more fun.

  • London loves: indies such as Dover Street Market inspired Super A Market

    Where East meets WestSubscription

    We hit the streets of Tokyo to get a flavour of what some of Japan’s hottest retailers are doing, and discovered a strong British influence.

  • Toshiyasu Takubo’s Vulcanize stores fuse traditional British brands with Japanese style

    Perfect translationSubscription

    UK brands have successfully moved into the Japanese market thanks to their combination of quality control, long-term vision and understanding of the consumer.

  • Polished result: House of Fraser’s women’s footwear shopfit cost just £100 per square foot

    Shopfits on a shoestringSubscription

    It’s worth freshening up stores to maintain footfall, but retailers often balk at the expense. However, it doesn’t have to cost a fortune.

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