Many women shop fragrances by the premiums offered. Often the promotion is a bag, but here Marc Jacobs® carries it to an extreme with a miniature Clutch with Purse Charm as fragrance carry-on. It is all the more unusual when most other fragrance premiums are oversize bags or large carries. Click through the gallery of images to tour the mirrored Point-of-Purchase display. Do you think the clutch has a special holster for its cargo of Marc Jacobs?
I am not sure if “tripod” is the anatomically correct description, but this mirror is three-legged after a fashion. And speaking of fashion, fashionable it is in support of Jewelry Counter sales. And while large and generously outfitted, it seems visually recessive within the Jewelry Department, maybe because the chrome finish reflects and refracts the surroundings. Check out the details in the gallery of images.
An interesting, unbalanced, asymmetrical Miror design, which gives full visual use of the Mirror Panel sans frame. A drop-shadow adds detail, dimension, and defines the Lacoste® branded companion column. Step through the gallery of images and other photos to see the effect of the texture added to the branded column. Seen at Baab Eyewear, Mountaintop, PA.
Surreptitiously reporting on retail, FixturesCloseUp® could not demonstrate this Memomi® Mirror because it would remember and reporting on me to Neiman Marcus®. So I am limited to showing you the rollout and in-store demo model. For hands on use, please see a Neiman Marcus near you … then please repost back on your experience to FixturesCloseUp. Or see more here on the Memomi website.
As if Pink® branding was not powerful enough, step-and-repeat Pink® puppies march across in-store mirrors. It does pick up on the store theme and decor, but a distraction if trying to admire oneself in the mirror. Use the galley of photos and thumbnail to consider the branding proposition. Scroll down for More Pink®, Victorie’s Secret®, and Mirror reporting.
Sometimes Simple Humans are not so simple. A vertical Mirror may not solve the reflective challenge at hand. So a Horizontal wall-mount solution is also proposed. SimpleHuman® branding drives home the name of the sponsoring brand. The “sensor mirror” selling point is emphasized by image, type, and lit mirrors themselves. Step through the thumbnail and gallery of images to inspect the in-store display
You know the major line offered in-store is Shoes and Sneakers when every end-aisle is outfitted with foot-level Shoe Mirrors. You can’t help but notice what sad footwear you entered wearing, and how much better you look in new Nike® Branded Athletic Shoes. See that the angle of reflection is set permanently, and Perforated Metal End Caps are employed to add just a hint of detail. But not so fancy as to distract from the look of the shoes.
Here Clinique® provides a wonderful workstation for facial rehabilitation, and takes credit and a bow with a subtly Clinique-branded mirror. Each time you apply Clinque and check how much better you look, Clinque takes credit at the base of the mirror. Click through the gallery for mirror and all workstation outfitting goodies.
A massing of Michael Kors® logos step-and-repeat across the surface of this upright mirror. I’ll let you decide if you would use the mirror as substrate or if the reflections break up recognition of the brand. Just know that the gallery images were photoshopped to bring out the best of the logos, and appear better here than in real life. CLICK the thumbnail for an overview of the complete fixture, and the gallery to step through various zooms.
No one buys eyewear or sunglasses without seeing themselves in the frames. So you better outfit any rack or display with an easy-to-use mirror. This one mounts to the slots in this display or slot wall generally. It can mount at whatever height you deem appropriate, and because hinged, still adjust up or down for perfect viewing. CLICK the thumbnail for a closeup of the mirror mount itself.
Here Henri Bendel® branding is strong even in an in-store Hand Mirror. Normally FixturesCloseUp reviews Mirrors … branded and unbranded … as in-store amenities not merchandise. But this Bendel branding was so strong I could not overlook it. You can buy it, or jut use it to admire an in-store purchase, the choice is yours. CLICK the thumbnail for an obverse view.
A mirrored pedestal presents Dolce-Gabbana® Perfume as a unique one-of-a-kind offering. In this case the mirrors are focused on the “hero” of the display and do not reflect any background clutter from the store. The bottle, pedestal and mirror are all signed and branded Dolce, with Dolce-Gabbana in small type only, should you be tempted to overlook that fact. CLICK through the gallery for various angles at two distances.
I suggest the mirror behind this collection of Clinique® cosmetics brushes is meant to give the offerings a fluffy, fuller, bushier appearance. But with the entire store reflected in the mirror this only works in closeup. CLICK through the gallery to see from various distances. Might a solid, light color background have done better? Consider the idea.
Too lengthy to stand on shelves perpendicular, and too large to display hung flat, angled dividers would seem to offer the best of both worlds in this challenging situation. Oversize mirrors angled into the traffic flow provides visibility, while the directional dividers save space and minimize aisle intrusion. CLICK through the gallery to see how it works from various perspectives. Scroll down to follow angled divider threads on FixturesCloseUp.