Mannequins dressed in outfits I created from single darts of Liberty print fabric held together with pins. This was my favourite job – It reminded me of how I used to want to be a designer!
Visual in the Ground floor Bazaar created by stacking crates and arranging stock to produce a display. I used fluo tape in some of the crates to balance out the neon pink in the Marc Jacobs bag.
I love the new Stationary Room! Matt Blease, head Graphics Designer drew cute illustrations around the room for Valentines Day and for.. well just the love of stationary. Below, my styled mannequins for the Liberty Print room.
Above, the Scarf Hall where I often steamed and arranged scarves each morning. I also styled the scarves around the heads as Visuals. Below, the new Chocolate shop inspired by the Chocolate Trade Routes of the 1600s. I got to work at 6am to help move it and hang up the boats I made and maps I had framed.
Lastly, you can still see the windows I helped produce during Fashion Week. My task involved a lot of wallpaper paste and posters of Kate Moss! I hope you’ve enjoyed this post and my Behind the Scenes post on my internship as a Visual Merchandiser. If you want to know anything specific about the role etc then don’t hesitate to email me.