_mohohej!DIA on display in the Selfridges window – one of the oldest and the most prestigious department stores in Europe.

The latest window display "Paper", inspired by Richard Sweeney's work, is presented in all Selfridges windows. Our rug _mohohej!DIA simulating a paper cut-out fits perfectly within this theme. The other work includes pieces by: Jean Marie Massaud and Arik Leavy for reputable brands such as: B&B Italy and Zanotta. In the surrounding windows are beautifully presented luxurious brands of well-known fashion houses such as: Dior, Alexander Mcqueen, Hussein Chalayan or Paul Smith.



fot. Andrew Meredith


fot. Andrew Meredith


fot. Andrew Meredith


The window display is on until the 2nd of March 2008
_mohohej!DIA with rest of Moho collection is available in London in the following places:
GREENWICH VILLAGE - SELFRIDGES
VIADUCT
COEXISTENCE
RABIH HAGE
HARMER

For more information on distribution please visit our home page
http://mohodesign.com/strona/dystrybucja






Oxford Street is London’s high street, along which you shall find
over 300 shops covering 5 million square feet. Attracting 200 million
people every year, making it one of the busiest streets in Europe.

Selfridges, a shop in the heart of London’s Oxford Street is a shopper's utopia. Prized designerwear, a fabulous fragrance department, food store and interior decoration – all under one roof within an impressive 6 storey building. But Selfridges is not only a shopping mecca. Selfridges has a truly fascinating history which dates back to the year 1909, when Harry Gordon Selfridge opened the first department store in London. It was here where John Logie Baird in 1925 carried out his first public demonstration of television witnessed by 12 000 people and a seismograph installed on the third floor recorded tremors from the Belgian earthquake in 1938. This tradition for unique displays and unusual exhibitions continues to this day.