From Hong Kong to Harrods, here are some of our favourite store windows and bricks-and-mortar moments from March.
Harrods celebrates the release of the new Peter Rabbit movie.
New York department store Henri Bendel, established in 1895, appeals to a younger audience with its #BendelGirl campaign.
Interior decorator David Hicks is the inspiration for American fashion brand Tory Burch’s spring 2018 collection.
Historic Fortnum and Mason serves up quintessential Britishness with its tea themed windows. The retailer has been serving customers at its flagship Picadilly store for three centuries.
H&M Group’s upmarket label COS launches a pop-up in Hong Kong, complete with coffee bar.
Kate Spade does spring.
Liberty London celebrates International Women’s Day by featuring eight extraordinary women from the worlds of culture, fashion and commerce.
Iconic Italian fashion brand Fendi opens two kiosks in Bangkok’s Siam Paragon centre. The pop-ups are a reimagining of traditional newsstands seen in a typical Roman piazza.
Innovative US beauty brand (and millennial favourite) Glossier joins forces with San Francisco café Rhea’s to launch a pop-up store serving a limited menu alongside the label’s products.
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