Marks & Spencer
M&S Model Fabric Face Light Boxes
Over 50 large format fabric face LED light boxes and fabric graphics were produced and supplied to one of the UK's leading retailers, Marks & Spencer, as part of the marketing campaign for their Autograph clothing range featuring the beautiful fashion model and actress Rosie Huntington-Whitely and big screen and television actor Ryan Reynolds.
The ultra slim double sided light box design was developed with International shop fitting group Vizona who successfully incorporated our 40mm edge-lit displays back to back to create an impressive bespoke mannequin stand. One side of the 2.7m x 1.2m illuminated displays were fitted with a plain white illuminated stretched fabric to accentuate the mannequin and clothing while the opposite sides illuminated a full colour photographic fabric print with graphics from the photo shoot of Rosie and Ryan sporting the Autograph range of clothing.
The bespoke LED light boxes were successfully manufactured within a very tight time frame in order to coincide with the grand opening of the new M&S store at Westfield Stratford City
Fabric Face Light Boxes for M&S Paris
A decade after it shut up shop in France and Europe Marks & Spencer returned to Paris with the opening of a new flagship French store on the world's most famous avenue, the Champs Elysées.
Following the installations of our Fabric Face light boxes at Stratford City and other UK stores W&Co were extremely pleased to be re-appointed to supply a series of fabric face light boxes for both the food court and main shop front windows on the upper floor which created an eye catching display for the unveiling of the new store as attended by Marks & Spencer Chief Executive, Marc Bolland who was joined by international supermodel Rosie Huntington-Whiteley to officially mark the retailer's return to France.
A total of six hanging LED light boxes at 1.7m x 1.3m were installed into the upper windows. The profiles used to create these boxes were just 65mm deep and backlit with high performance LED strip lighting to bring the graphics to life. In the food court two frameless LED light boxes were fully recessed into the walls and each was backlit with over 1500 individual LED's.