Posts Tagged ‘AISHTI’

Aishti fall winter 2017 campaign by Arte Vetrina Project, Bologna – Italy

October 24th, 2017

The new Aishti fall winter 2017 campaign, characterized by a retro style, wants to recall a typical taste of the 1920s. The atmosphere is gained by exposing elegant brassed lamps, as well as soft colors and lights.

Aïshti Summer 2017 campaign by Arte Vetrina Project

June 6th, 2017

The refresh of the latest Aïshti Summer 2017 campaign brings us into a reversed marine world. The claim “Upside down” stands out inside rotating and huge vinyl disks that create a frame around the window displays. Giant flat lay in dibond reproduce countryside images and showcase the new adhoc outfits for these window displays.

Aishti Spring 2017 window campaign by Arte Vetrina Project, Beirut – Lebanon

April 6th, 2017

The discs that run in sync are the perfect backdrop for the campaign’s claim “ENJOY YOUR LIFE” while the shades of blue and yellow highlight the mood of the new collections.

Aishti Xmas Windows 2015 by ARTE VETRINA PROJECT, Lebanon

December 29th, 2015



Aishti Xmas Windows 2015 by ARTE VETRINA PROJECT, Lebanon

Aishti Fall/Winter 2015 Windows by ARTE VETRINA PROJECT, United Arab Emirates

October 12th, 2015



This window display is a celebration of the opening of the Aishti Foundation building as the new destination for art, food, and fashion.

Aishti Xmas campaign 2014 by Arte Vetrina Project

December 12th, 2014

After months of planning and long hours installing these are the windows created for the Xmas campaign for Aishti.

Aishti windows 2014 fall & winter by Sagmeister & Walsh

October 15th, 2014

The concept of this window takes its inspiration from the graphics made by Sagmeister & Walsh, a New York based design firm, created for the advertising campaign fall/winter 2014 whose protagonists are the colours of the autumn.

AISHTI windows by ARTE VETRINA PROJECT, Beirut, Amman, Dubai, Kuwait

April 15th, 2014

The graphic concept has been turned into a 3D structure by creating some light boxes that represent male and female faces. By placing them in front of the mannequins appear suspended and create an amazing visual impact.