Windows of the City
Windows of the City

Jessica Singh’s ode to spring in Japan for Miss Brown Vintage at Forrest Chase

Windows of the City

Windows of the City

Jarrad Seng & Annabelle Gordon incorporated countless snaps from local, national and international photographers in their amazing papercut window for Sneaky Monkey Cafe at Raine Square

Shortly after tying the knot in May I began working on two big projects for Perth Fashion Festival – the biggest being Windows of the City, a competition/exhibition open to retailers in the City of Perth. Inviting retailers to decorate their windows to the theme of spring for the month leading up to Perth Fashion Festival, Windows of the City features over 50 stores and 22 artists, who were invited to collaborate with retailers to create stunning visual merchandising displays.

The competition is now in it’s final weeks, and if you vote for your favourite entry before September 6, you automatically go into the draw to win one of four $5000 shopping sprees in the City of Perth… just imagine the amazing goodies you could score with that much cash! Head to PerthNow.com.au/win to cast your vote. I thoroughly recommend you also head into the City to check the entries out in person – there’s some truly spectacular windows on show.

Windows of the City
Windows of the City

Tiny people and giant shoes star in Dunk N Wagnell’s window display for Vangoh Shoes at Raine Square on Murray Street

Windows of the City

Yolanda Stapleton of One Trick Pony encourages passers-by to channel Bill & Ted’s excellence with her window design for Roc Candy in the Piccadilly Arccade

Windows of the City

Ali J’s intricate paper cut window for Laura Ashley has to be seen to be believed! 

Windows of the City

Andrew Frazer’s interactive window for Pigeonhole at Forrest Chase