New York WindowsSubscription
Big, bright and bold was the dominant aesthetic in stores’ window displays during New York Fashion Week.
Garment Quarter owner John Reid charts the ups and downs of his autumn 11 buy at the Bristol indie.
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
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 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.
An inside jobSubscription
Retailers defied a year of worsening trading conditions to create some memorable store interiors, albeit almost exclusively in London.
With a wealth of modern, distinctive store designs in Toyko, window shopping has never been more fun.
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.
UK brands have successfully moved into the Japanese market thanks to their combination of quality control, long-term vision and understanding of the consumer.
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.