'Future vintage' retail branding

The annual British designers’ collective boutique launched at Bicester Visitor using Bridgeman heritage image

image of the visual for  British Designers’ Collective at Bicester Village

 

It’s the date fashion fans and lovers of British Design talent had been waiting for. May 2, 2013 – The hotly anticipated British Designers’ Collective at Bicester Village launched with recording artist and British style icon Rita Ora, where top UK-based designers, both established and emerging, showcase their iconic pieces and offer them for sale at up to 60% off.

Queen of branding: Bridgeman image usage


A Bridgeman image of the Armada portrait of Queen Elizabeth I, c.1588 was used for branding the event including a save the date email, invitations, back wall of pop up shop, website, brochure, carrier bags and cushions.

More about the British Designers’ Collective

The British Designers' Collective is an exclusive collaboration between Bicester Village and British Fashion Council, allowing young British talents to retail their collections from a dedicated pop-up boutique. Now in its fourth year, the boutique follows the theme of ‘Future Vintage’ offering a selection of iconic pieces inspired by British fashion past and present.

 

team standing in front of the visual for  British Designers’ Collective at Bicester Village
portrait of Queen Elizabeth the I  British Designers’ Collective at Bicester Village using the Portrait of Queen Elizabeth the I as part of their branding

 

interior of the  British Designers’ Collective at Bicester Village

 

 

 British Designers’ Collective at Bicester Village Branding logo using a Bridgeman Image

 


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