Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Window Display: Repetto



 A stunning and dramatic interactive window display.

I just adore discovering a beautifully composed store window display. (past posts here) How intriguing, inspiring and imaginative they can be, with the use of different media, colors, dimensions, composition, and such. Just yesterday morning, I came across this stunning feature on Repetto's latest window—a beautiful nod to Black Swan, done in such a wonderful, theatrical way. And, to continue, some additional ballet-inspired links for you to enjoy: 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10

— video: by Marcel for Repetto, link / discovered, every-ware  + notcot

20 comments:

  1. Sarah, thank you for sharing this beautiful video.
    Hope that all is well with you.
    Teresa
    xoxo

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  2. I love ballet, so thank you so much to share this with us, just beautiful and very original.
    Clau :)

    Style Blossom blog
    http://www.blogdaclauzinha.blogspot.com

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  3. How absolutely fabulous sarah to share this with us. What a concept. So enjoyed seeing this brillant new direction in window display. XO

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  4. Fantastic new concept of window dressing, very intruiging! I LOVE love love the ballet links, so pretty and sweet. The dress Karl designed is stunning and the photographs on Green Eyed are very captivating <3 Thanks for sharing all this beauty at once.

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  5. I am obsessed with how different stores design their window displays, too. One of my friends (modelizing.blogspot.com) takes loads of wonderful photos of how windows look in NYC, which is great because I can only be there once a year and never get to see how they transition into each season.

    Thanks for sharing this, Sarah! I loved every second of it. And the Ballet links are lovely too.

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  6. Oh. My. I love this Sarah!! What a gorgeous display, and for Repetto too! What a unique concept, so interactive. (I might have to share this for "ballet wednesday" lol...

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  7. This is amazing! Black Swan has been such an inspiration for many creative acts and the interactive concept makes it all the more captivating.
    Ada

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  8. FABULOUS!!! I absolutely adore this - clearly this type of display, like we also saw at Ralph Lauren is going to be the wave of the future!!

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  9. How beautiful. I will have to stop by Rue de la Paix this week to check out this fabulous interactive window display!

    Hugs xx Paris in Pink

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  10. What a unique and interactive idea-love it!

    Thanks for sharing this.

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  11. Wow ... how fabulous is that!!! I just LOVE wonderful window displays and this was exceptional!

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  12. LOVE this to bits - wear Repetto and like the window..but think the idea of the interactive interface is genious!!x colette

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  13. This is gorgeous...and so very clever....xv

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  14. I love technology - the genius mind behind this instalment amazes me - wish I could go experience it - it's spectacular!

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  15. WOW. Awesome and so cool. What a supercool idea.

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  16. WOW, really amazing! How different media can create such a wonderful effect!

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  17. Amanda: I will have to stop by your friend's blog soon and have a look!

    Jacquelyn + Quintessence: loved the Ralph Lauren concept, and this one as well—cannot wait to see what comes out next :)

    Isabelle: oh yes, and let me know what you think of it live...

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