rotganzen creates disco forest themed window display for zara
rotganzen creates disco forest themed window display for zara rotganzen creates disco forest themed window display for zara
jan 03, 2017

rotganzen creates disco forest themed window display for zara



to celebrate this years fashion weeks, clothing brand zara invited rotganzen to collaborate on the window display of four flagship stores in london, milan, tokyo and paris. in conjunction with the retailer’s ‘disco forest’ autumn winter campaign, the dutch post-pop art and design studio created a special series of quelle fête disco balls.

zara x rotganzen disco forest designboom
zara store, tokyo



the collaboration with zara marks the first external display created by an outside party. rotganzen used the quelle fête disco balls as the central theme of the display, creating sculptural forms and enlarged perspectives of the glitter studded objects. for the tokyo store an extended version of the display was created in collaboration with photographer pim top, featuring close-up textures projected onto the building.

zara x rotganzen disco forest designboom
zara store, london

zara store, milan

zara store, milan

zara store, milan

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