Charlotte Kidger Creates an Iconic Window Display for Browns Fashion
Maker Charlotte Kidger has teamed up with Browns Fashion to produce an artistic window display for their ﬂagship South Molton Street store in London. The theme is ‘Iconic Accessories’ that Kidger played out by creating a colorful landscape of sculptural pieces that she’s known for.
To my pleasant surprise, the ﬁrst column was one of my favorite pieces to de-mold. The colors had merged together like a watercolor painting and the depth of texture was something I had never created before.
Kidger was tasked with filling six windows, the only requests being various levels to display the accessories, and a rough match to the products’ color palettes. Using her signature mix of PU foam dust that’s been collected from CNC factories in and around London, and hand-dyed resin, she brought 19 sculptures to life. The largest measures 1.2 meters high and 40cm in diameter. With their Greek ruins-like appearance, the corrugated textures are a great fit with the ‘Iconic Accessories’ theme.
To learn more about Charlotte Kidger, visit charlottekidger.com.
New York-based ROOM continues to reimagine the modern workspace with modular architectural solutions that give employees options for privacy. The startup just launched a trio of new designs – the Meeting Room, Open Meeting Room, and the Focus Room – offering private spaces for focused work or collaboration, whether it’s in-person or virtual. The mini...
Last year Bryan Meador became really frustrated about the government’s and multinational companies’ response to climate change, there just wasn’t enough urgency around the issue. His answer lies in the founding of Plant Seads and is inspired by the way nature manages to create openings for life by adapting to its surroundings. Photo: Luis Corzo...