BFC & GQ Collections by Sarah Parker, London Again the trend here is colour, which is being used in the props and the ropes holding up the merchandise.

An interesting way to display product and what items can be paired together Sarah Parker commissioned by the British Fashion Council and GQ, together with photographer Sam Hofman.

London Collections Men

black and white circles and dashes instead. British Fashion Council Menswear London Collections for GQ by Sarah Parker and Sam Hofman.

organic and geometry pattern

leManoosh collates trends and top notch inspiration for Industrial Designers, Graphic Designers, Architects and all creatives who love Design.

I loved these windows when they were up. Cardboard tubes covered in paper/fabric to create a connection to the product, pattern and movement in a window.Crew windows, New York visual merchandising

white hand model, Gipsgüsse, überall in Wohnung, manchmal auch ganzer Arm, aus Wand wie Garu-garu-Kerl.. O__o

Hand with briefcase, from the 2011 “Dandy” exhibition at Nordiska Museet, Stockholm, by Swedish design studio Form Us With Love

US fashion retailer Opening Ceremony, pop-up shop shoe display in Hong Kong. via Retail Details blog.

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Beautiful styling

Renew your wardrobe with the trends on sale at Stradivarius this winter. Men's and women's clothing, accessories, shoes and make-up for a modern lifestyle.

Wonderful shop or store display idea -- using white washed or peeled pale wood stumps for display - GREAT for a shop store bar, café, or restaurant window!