I have heard of stores that profitably cater to the left-handed only. This Karen Millen® display is interesting in that it uses 22 shoes for right feet only. I was blissfully unaware of right-footed as a demographic until stumbling (pun intended) across this. Frankly I am not sure if you could get the left shoe if you asked for it. But since Karen Millen didn’t seem to have anything my size, negotiations never reached that point. Their clothes do fit Margarit well, however. CLICK the thumbnail for another look to subtle but unusual merchandising.

Compare directly to right shoes marching in…
Prada Shoes Step Out in Color

For wider ranging shoe creative see…
Half-Size Shelf-Edge Shoe Sell
Prada Shoe Menorah
Ribbon-Tied Xmas Merchandising
Dress Form a Walk Over
Shoe Merchandising Smoke and Mirrors
Designer Shoe Vending Machine
Louboutin Shoe Retrospective
Window Creativity From Thin Air
Shoe Size Arc as Floor Graphic
Floor Graphic With a Function
Stonehenge for Shoe Worshipers
Architectural Block Sells Shoes
Flip Flops Flat Boxed
Boots Hanging or Standing
Build Your Visual Impact Redirect
Bringing Cartoon Sneakers to Life
Shoefetti as Formal Display
Boots Hike a Bed of Nails
Pedestal Exploits Jagged Rocks for Hiking
Shoe Fetish vs Tape Fetish
Prada Flaming Tail Lights
Prada Summer Dare-to-Wear
Right Shoe Only Merchandising
A Look Inside Shoe Fashions
How to Keep Shoe Fashions Fresh
Sneakers Worn as Epaulets

For Pinterest Board shoe display visuals see…
Shoe Fixturing and Merchandising in Retail
Shoefetti Displays in Retail
Shoe Accouterments Fixtures and Merchandising

For Karen Millen Merchandising and Fixtures by Title see…
Karen Millen Corner Cap
Right Shoe Only Merchandising
Karen Millen Moveable Bar
Karen Millen Logo’d Hangers
Upscale Return Policy Post
Direct-Mail Direct from Store
Right Shoe Only Merchandising

For all Karen Millen Merchandising and Fixtures resources…
Karen Millen Fixtures and Merchandising Pinterest Board
Karen Millen Index Page” for all resources and links.

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