Anthropologie has debuted its Summer window displays at stores around the country, and this time it's going with kaleidoscopic designs. Crafted of painted planks meeting at sharp angles, folded envelopes nestled side by side, and paper cutouts connecting dots, the store windows recall our carefree, younger days spent watching colors meld and prisms bend. Come take a sneak peek at the new windows — with no fear of splurging!
Anthropologie is known for its creative window displays, which are often cleverly made from unusual upcycled items. The retailer's new Spring windows are no exception. This display from the Skokie, IL, store seems to reference Cinderella and the birds and woodland creatures who help make her glamorous ballgown. But, there are no birds in sight! The pink, orange, and yellow pieces draped on the wall are actually household tools that are used to fasten all sorts of things, indoors and outdoors. Can you guess what they are?
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We've another Network Partner joining our lovely Coutorture Community that you must check out--his blog, Another Normal, features photos of the loveliest windows in fashion, and he takes them all himself. A professional photographer that has worked for Estee Lauder and the like, Rudy Pospisil publishes photos of fashion windows worldwide and it is our honor to include him in our Network. Check out a gallery of his work below and of course, his blog, right here.
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