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Shining a spotlight

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  • June 15, 2015
Shining a spotlight

We thought T2’s floor-to-ceiling shelving unit at the Queen St store was bold and eye-catching. If you've got a great display in your store, why not show it off on The Register? Just email a picture and a short explanation to sarah.dunn@tangiblemedia.co.nz.

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Definitely not the cat’s pyjamas

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  • June 8, 2015
Definitely not the cat’s pyjamas

Peter Alexander is primarily known for its whimsical and feminine pyjamas, so bringing its dachshund mascot into the business model was a bold move. We think it’s pulled it off with this sweet display. If you've got a great display in your store, why not show it off on The Register? Just email a picture and a short explanation to sarah.dunn@tangiblemedia.co.nz.

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Coming, seeing… conquering?

  • Window Shopping
  • June 1, 2015
Coming, seeing… conquering?

This incredibly detailed centurion’s helmet was on display in the window at High St menswear store, I Am Paris. We’re not sure what it has to do with menswear, but it made us want to go inside to take a closer look. If you've got a great display in your store, why not show it off on The Register? Just email a picture and a short explanation to sarah.dunn@tangiblemedia.co.nz.

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Flowers for the Anzacs

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  • May 25, 2015
Flowers for the Anzacs

This heart-shaped wreath of crocheted poppies was displayed at Robyn Egge Yarns in Warkworth for Anzac Day. Window-dresser Denise Bauer created it. One of the poppies, which were made by Sharleen Greer, was later taken to Gallipoli. If you've got a great display in your store, why not show it off on The Register? Just email a picture and a short explanation to sarah.dunn@tangiblemedia.co.nz.

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