The Hermes 2010 Melbourne window display is a cute way to advertise. The luxury goods brand created black cardboard cutouts and a faux paper bookshelf filled with books as their primary window attraction.
This design is quite different from the typical luxury window displays, which offer a glimpse into the lavish lifestyles of the rich and famous. The Hermes 2010 Melbourne window display is understated, sophisticated and not too in-your-face about its upper class goods.
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