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Brief Published: 24 Aug 2011

May Fair Hotel London Fashion Week Windows


High fashion and luxury travel have always made ideal companions – a new project to launch at September’s London Fashion Week takes that a step further.

On September 15, at 8 am, the May Fair Hotel, London Fashion Week’s official hotel partner, will unveil a unique collaboration with graphic artist Spiros Halaris, who is transforming its facades into a fashion-inspired spatial spectacular. The façade will feature a set of runway scenes, which the artist says have been inspired by the window displays of fashion houses.

Halaris is a London College of Fashion student who has already collaborated with fashion-forward brands ranging from Topshop to Alexander McQueen and Tom Ford. The project could well spurn a whole new genre of illustrative creativity– and deliver an even higher profile for Halaris.

The windows will run from September 15-21.

The May Fair Hotel

Spiros Halaris