Students from all three of the fashion programs were engaged with the latest window installation at The Fashion Institute. The display is based on the famous blue and white delftware pottery, which typically depicted farm life in the Netherlands during the 16th century. Numerous fashion designers were inspired by these beautiful images which recently hit the runways in high style.
The team printed these iconic images on giant foam core boards and die cut them out to look like actual plates. This provided students with hours of entertainment, carefully suspending sixty plates in a visually pleasing manner.
Mannequins showcased enormous floral heads and a plethora of blue and white heavily patterned merchandise. Students stayed true to their strict colour story which created a powerful Spring 2017 window display presentation.
The window will be available for public viewing until mid May of 2017.