Art, process and design blog of an aspiring industrial designer.

Posts tagged ‘mannequin’

Display Design Using Mannequins

Embrace mannequins in your display design:

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IMAGES: Beek Wilder //  High kicks // Display and gown from the exhibition designed by Erdem in 2008 // Chloe Paris.

p.s. : 101’th post! Woo!

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Uniqlo Displays

I’ve recently noticed that there are so few websites online that feature display and exhibition design, so I’m going to make it my job to show you guys some beautiful work in these fields as much as I can.

One fabulous example is Uniqlo‘s recently showroom, styled by Nicola Formichetti, the stylist who also worked on the company’s lookbook.   I love the creativity and the importance she put into details of the styling in the showroom.  She took a component (mannequin heads) that most people ignore (either that, or do the quirky, color-wig thing), and not only used it to style the collection, but helped bring interest or life to the displays, as a human wearing the clothes hopefully would.

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See how she uses different the materials, fabric, form, shape to create related, relevant (life-style-wise), but still unexpected headpieces?  To read more about them, check out the article SuzieBubble wrote!  I also borrowed all of my pictures from her fabulous blog.

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IMAGES: all viaSuzieBubble.

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