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Junction 32

Author: Linda
Junction 32

Visual Merchandising plays an important part in all retailers’ sales and marketing strategy, so when creating a unique environment to showcase and display items, the visual style and ambience has to be right. Located just off the M62, the popular outlet shopping centre in West Yorkshire is home to renowned retail brands such as M&S, Next, Gap and Barbour. Their objective was to create a distinctive display for a variety of fashion stores located in the shopping area, that would be seen by customers as they entered the complex. Using a red carpet theme and with the imaginative use of bespoke mannequins, ...

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Running with Moss Bros

Author: Yarun
Running with Moss Bros

One of VM's latest projects has been working with the suit giant Moss Bros in London. VM sourced, supplied and dressed a series of running mannequins for their Autumn/Winter window displays. The headless running mannequins worked perfectly with the large poster backdrop in their London store. For further information about our services and the mannequins used please don't hesitate to get in touch - we are happy to help !  

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Pugs set the scene for Coast

Author: Yarun
Pugs set the scene for Coast

We at VM have recently been working with high-end fashion retailer Coast to create their Show Display and we used our brand new range by EuroDisplay Marty and Wallace amongst other items. The beautiful little Pugs just set the scene for their Autumn/Winter 2014 range display. Thanks to Coast for allowing us to work on this small yet perfectly finished project. Also with thanks to Melvyn Vincent Photography for the images.

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Visual Merchandiser and The VM and Display Show

Author: Caroline
Visual Merchandiser and The VM and Display Show

Visual Merchandiser is pleased to announce that we will be attending The VM and Display Show. The VM and Display Show will be held between the 16th and 18th April 2013 at the Business Design Centre, 52 Upper Street, London, N1 0QH. The VM and Display Show is the only exhibition in the UK that is dedicated to visual merchandising and display. Entry for visitors is free so come along to see a variety of new products and ideas. Visitors can see new products, discuss projects and gain new ideas without having to spend weeks trying to source what they ...

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Visual Merchandising Tips

Author: Caroline
Visual Merchandising Tips

As visual merchandising becomes a more prominent feature in stores today, Visual Merchandiser thought we would highlight some of the most important visual merchandising tips. The basic idea behind visual merchandising is having a clean, well lit, inviting store. The merchandise needs to be grouped into neat piles or hanging displays so the customer can find exactly what they are looking for. If a store is inviting and visually pleasing, this will make the customer want to come into store and probably make a purchase. There are five main tips which ensure visual merchandising in store turns into sales: entice, ...

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Visual Merchandiser and Pinterest

Author: Caroline
Visual Merchandiser and Pinterest

Since we ventured into the world of Pinterest, the team at Visual Merchandiser have started to find inspiration from a variety of sources. Probably the biggest source of inspiration for our work has been the array of window displays we are able to ‘pin’ from different years and different designers. Being able to see an array of window displays in one place can help us to plan retail displays of the future. We learned that mannequins do not necessarily have to be a female mannequin in a standing position. We have found mannequins who are sitting down on raised platforms, ...

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Window Schemes

Author: Caroline
Window Schemes

The Hidden Truth of Window Schemes   How do we know that our window schemes are working? To answer this question we first have to identify the aim of window schemes and what our potential targets look for to ultimately encourage them to walk into the store. The appeal of window displays target two areas, firstly those who have not shopped in the store before.  In this case we want to catch their eye, usually through excitement or animation, through the use of colour and materials used within the window scheme.  It needs to show the confidence of the retailer as they are ...

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