Pop-Up Shop Visual Merchandising

After talking to team we decided that easily accessible materials that we could use for Pop-Up shop are:

  • wooden pallets
  • used packaging products (cardboard, paper)
  • plastic hangers

We decided to continue researching ideas and submit our concept boards on Tuesday.

After seeing some geometrical light fittings I wanted to test if I could do anything similar using sticks that are being used to keep shoes straight. I politely asked if I could collect some from a local high street store. They were happy for me to take some so I made a few shapes – cutting them all to the same length and using hot glue. Those shapes can be connected together to make really big and impressive displays!

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Jewellery stands and other props can be made using shoe straightening sticks

I liked our team member Sophie’s idea to use fingerprint decals for windows, however, I thought they should be smaller scale.

Another idea – using folded paper to create background for displays.  Low-cost and easily achievable.

My final boards that include images from internet; my own images from retail stores and samples:

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Visiting the Dover Street Market

I visited the Dover Street Market for the first time after it moved from it’s original location to Haymarket. The store feels more spacious than before, has more luxurious feel but perfectly maintains its quirkiness  with displays as creative as usual – it is definitely one of the best places to get visual merchandising inspiration. Some display  ideas could be used for the pop-up store project which I am currently working on and I feel excited about sharing them with the rest of my team.

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Gucci

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