Anthropologie: Bright, breezy and a pleasure to shop in.
Never has there been a flagship store that has so much roaming room, with a vast selection of: clothing, books, accessories and homeware so neatly and thoughtfully displayed, in areas dependent on: taste, style, season or colour.
Anthropologie is like the perfect party invite; so neatly arranged and thoughtfully executed that you simply can’t say no. Their windows invite you into their lifestyle with their creative, blurred lines approach to window displays. A mix of art and product, Anthropologie take you from idea to creation all with one glance.
As spring is now upon us, pastel colours grace the shelves and drawers used to display everything. Texture is mixed with wood, piping and flowers providing both colour and break up of texture. The use of plants is vast; adding life to the store and the proposed lifestyle you buy into at Anthropologie.
The flagship store is spread across three floors and two mezzanine
levels; plants, nature prints and wood are vertical on each level;
continuing with the nature theme. Candles burn in contained glasses on
each floor, to add to the ambiance and perhaps compliment the feng shui
of the store.
The combination of lifestyle, nature and quality clothing really creates a store culture. Basic colours of neutral beige, brown and white are available in basic linen trousers, tops and blouses. Seasonal colours for Spring / Summer 15 include, light baby blues, mints, greens and grey wash purples. Anthropology prints are unique, demure and feminine on floaty chiffon dresses, cardigans and unstructured blazers. Soft, faint stripes, mixed print patterns and blended colours also feature in the spring collection.
Overall it’s a great space for any creative to shop and think, the staff are friendly and approachable and always willing to help. Anthropologie is the calm within the Regent Street storm.
Labels: Anthropologie, Anthropologie London, Anthropologie Regent Street, Anthropologie SS15, art, clothing, culture, fashion, In Store, london, Natural, Regent Street, Spring Summer 2015, Visual Merchandising