Winter Gloves Lose Grip On Sales

Sadly this Glove-in-Hand merchandising looses impact with the cluttered background beyond. Sometimes “sight leaks” such as this are difficult to avoid. With so many gloves in evidence a radically different cross sell might have been more effective. Move the gloved hands to cross merchandise in scarves or hats or boots. And bring the hats or…

Gucci Scarf Bars And More Revisited

Sophisticated gold-tone outfitting provides copious amounts of space for Gucci Scarf Bars merchandising. Even space to drape and show off the complete scarf pattern. But greater merchandising density is achieved with Scarf Knot ties across the majority of the cross bar display. CLICK the thumbnail for a tighter view and details of Gucci Scarf Bars…

Door-Hanger Back Tag Concept

Patterned after a Door Hanger cutout, this vinyl Back Tag carrier easily fits over Faceout fronts, fancy finials and other obstructions. This would permit a broader range of applications storewide. CLICK the thumbnail for a broader view. Contrast with… “Square-Cut Back Tag Knock-Out“ Compare to other Door Hanger concepts at… “This-Just-In Faceout Tag“ “Shopper Decision-making…

Ferragamo Plug-in Necktie Bar

With their very minimalist of profiles, these drop-arm Plug-in Necktie Bar backbars provide ample space to display a range of necktie colors and patterns. The advantages of a plug-in fixture are not immediately obvious, unless other wares require greater or lesser vertical spacing. Also most plug-in designs offer various fixtures, so possibly alternate fittings could be…

Ferragamo Plug-in Scarf Bar Display

Here Ferragamo Plug-in Scarf Bar matches the Necktie Display Bars used elsewhere in Ferragamo (See link below).  A sparse merchandise arrangement allows a glimpse of the center plug-in station which provides added support. Again, the plug-in design allows changes to the spacing, and as with many plug-in systems the possibility of alternate fixtures. See the thumbnail…