Saturday, 12 November 2011

Picture of the Day: Harvey Nichols

Harvey Nichols making a splash with eye shadow
Harvey Nichols has expanded its presence in Hong Kong, with its new location in Pacific Place in Admiralty.

Seibu was the former department store and it carried some great brands ranging from Vivienne Westwood to Paul Smith; but its owner Dickson Poon thought it was time to go even higher class with Harvey Nichols, which he purchased in 1991.

So a few weeks ago the upmarket department store was opened to great fanfare and to celebrate its new location, there were fabulous displays around the mall.

One of them was this one, a giant metal box suspended from the ceiling, opened upside down and all its contents spilling out featuring a giant mountain of eye shadow and lipsticks nearby looking like tiny flower buds poking out of the grass.

If that isn't pretty creative, I don't know what is.

1 comment:

  1. a great piece of commercial art. it takes quite a bit of thought and creativity to produce such an art piece.

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