SS19 window display and pop up space installed in Selfridges London and Manchester for perfumer Miller Harris. The window display was installed into one of the large windows on Oxford Street.

The design features a hanging sculpture of bright dried flowers interlaced with neon tube lights. The acrylic shapes represent shattered spectral light beams. Perfume bottles are displayed on fluorescent acrylic plinths elevating the small products within the window. Walls are clad in shiny yellow PVC

Working closely with Miller Harris, Palais provided an art direction consultation service, producing full concept design and creation for visual schemes installing within 5+ stores, pop-ups and for product launches through 2018/19. The window schemes were changed 4 times a year with seasonal additions.

Each scheme included in depth mood boards, trend & materials research, CAD drawings, and product display suggestions. All floral sculptures were produced in our Shoreditch studio additional sculptural items were out sourced from metal workers, lighting designers and acrylic manufacturers

It was a great experience to work with a brand long term to build an iconic visual identity, CEO Sarah describes the look as "neon floral". This look ran through all new store openings internationally including Hong Kong and Shanghai.
Title Selfridges Window Display
Photography by Harry Mitchell
Materials Dried flowers, acrylic, LED neon, steel.
Client Miller Harris Perfume
Venue Selfridges Oxford Street
Season S/S 19