1 | The swarming butterfly trend continues in this window display at Anthropologie’s Aventura
Mall store in Aventura, Fla. The retailer offered information on the migration of Monarch butterflies to Central America along with the eye-catching visual representation of their movement. 2 | This wall treatment at the new Carter’s/Oshkosh B’Gosh store in Atlanta uses vertical
space to interact with shoppers in a completely tech-free way. What kid wouldn’t run up to
show off how much he’s grown? And Mom can relate to the nostalgic graphic. 3 | At Boston’s
Logan International Airport, Vineyard Vines found a clever way to accommodate a column.
See page 12 for trends being set in airport retail. 4 | A wall of glass bottles lining a staircase
at a Brooklyn wine store evokes a sense of discovery, hiding views of upper-level merchandise
with rustic charm.
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