11. Emily Forgot for Vertu
Emily Forgot is the alias of London-based graphic artist Emily Alston. Since graduating from Liverpool school of Art & Design in 2004 she has amassed a diverse range of international clients. This stunning window display appeared in Harrods' window, and was designed to highlight the concierge service offered by Vertu Boutique – a luxury mobile phone manufacturer. Art direction was taken care of by Kristina Eriksen.
12. StudioXAG for Christian Louboutin
To launch its Spring 2017 collection, Christian Louboutin wanted a space age theme, and StudioXAG obliged. Christian Louboutin boutiques across the world were adorned with glittering moon rock, jewel-toned cabochon lights, star-filled backdrops and glamorous astronauts. In the window of the Paris flagship store, a UFO pod was blown up to fill the entire window, with the new collection hovering between chrome panels. Read more.
13. Becky Sloan for Selfridges
Bright Young Things is a pioneering project by Selfridges that seeks out and champions the most exciting young creators in the UK. Whether it's fashion, graphic design, illustration or food, Selfridges gives young adults the chance to show off their skills on a yearly basis.
This year, artist and popmaker Becky Sloan created this cute, character-based window display for one of Selfridges' stores in London. With one million people walking past the famous windows every week, the displays provide an incredible launchpad for these fledgling designers to showcase their creations to the public.
14. Breakfast for TNT
To promote TNT's crime-solving show Perception, design firm Breakfast revived a sign-making technique of yesteryear to create an anagram-solving experience on the streets of New York.
Made up of over 40,000 physical dots spinning from black to white at 15 times faster than originally designed to, the screen reflects back the image of anyone walking by. This is a window display unlike any other.
15. Louis Vuitton x Yayoi Kusama
back in 2012, Louis Vuitton collaborated with the queen of polka dots herself – Yayoi Kusama – to transform an entire Louis Vuitton store into a spot haven, with this great red window display to complete the effect.