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Window Walk: September 2018

Updated: Sep 6, 2018

As the sun sets on summer we’re all in need of a bit of cheering up! What better way to keep some sunshine in your life, than looking at our favourite new season windows. Bring on autumn!

Karen Millen Regents Street Retail window
Karen Millen - Regent Street

New Look

We love the use of texture and print in New Look's ‘New Collection’ windows. It must be animal-magnetism, as you can’t help but be drawn in. We especially love the use of leopard print vinyl applied directly to the glass and then carried through into the scheme with giant printed panels.

Nike Town

Photography is definitely the hero in this clean and simple scheme. The tonal shots are perfectly set in this otherwise stark window. We especially like the staging style scaffold which appears to hold the graphic.


The brand's latest collaboration with Vogue is displayed beautifully in this simple but effective scheme. The layered panels denote the top of a runway, as the mannequins appear from behind. Could this be an early fashion week window sneaking onto Oxford Street?


It's back to school time but we think this Monsoon window banishes all Monday blues! We love the 3D graphic clouds and umbrellas and the iridescent raindrops catch the last of the summer sun, adding a bit of sparkle.


Science meets fashion in this Zara window, as a satellite appears to have crash landed on Oxford Street. Offering a different take on animal inspired windows, Zara sets their scheme on the desert plains. The playful props are a fun twist in a traditionally product focused window. We especially like the tonal freestanding back panels which complement the product perfectly.

Canada Goose

Since their launch on Regent Street last autumn, Canada Goose have produced some spectacular schemes, but we think this is our favourite! With a nod to their homeland, the brand's ‘Golden Season’ window leaves you with no doubt that autumn is on its way. We love the metallic topped tree trunks.


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