attendees. That panel also includes Ken
Nisch of JGA, Harry Cunningham of Saks
and David Meyer of Target. You can find
more on the session here.
So what were the trends at EuroShop?
I’ve pulled together a few preliminary
As always, the lighting hall was one of
the more inspiring spaces. LED lighting
was everywhere this year. In particular,
LEDs were used in fixtures and shelving to
highlight product displays.
Sustainability was not a major theme
of the show, but it seemed to play a role in
most of the exhibits. It was almost as if it
has become a requirement, rather than an
Video from EuroShop See activity from Grottini’s booth, from the first day of the show.
effects in your stores? Both were shown
and generated lots of interest.
Nowhere will you find more mannequins and forms than at EuroShop. They
even had an area called “Mannequin City.”
One of the more obvious design trends was
the use of bright colors, particularly red
Although I didn’t see them, I’m told there
was a talking mannequin, and a mannequin that had small cameras in the eye area
that captured information on the person
standing in front of it.
What I didn’t see: There were very few
holiday décor exhibits, or décor of any sort
for that matter.
I would love to hear what you thought
of the show… trends you saw that I might
have missed, or if you disagree with any
impressions I’ve shared.
Visit the full blog post and share
your thoughts on EuroShop here.
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