Gene Moore, who joined Tiffany in 1955, began using the windows to tell stories with the jewelry and eventually became VP of Window Display. Moore’s displays went beyond beautiful – each one either told a story or created an impression of beauty and structure that mirrored and enhanced that of the jewelry itself. If you want to do something that will make customers talk and return again and again, take a page out of Moore’s book. Watch this video. You will be inspired.
You can see more about Gene Moore in this video, and hear some real gems, like “People don’t pay attention to printed signs, but they do pay attention to handwritten signs. It’s voyeurism.” Or “Eggs are the most perfect shape in the whole world. They are not to be painted.” Or maybe best of all, “There’s a difference between looking and seeing.”
Finally, take a look at Tiffany’s latest window project, a collaboration with stylist-for-the-rich-and-famous Rachel Zoe.