Link Love: Monthly roundup

Boy Meets Fashion… H&M launches their first ever shop-in-shop at the department store Selfridges in London. Documented by Boy Meets Fashion Blog, Jaime London Boy takes a look around the new concession and meets the ever lovely Leigh Lezark who has curated some of her favourite items from the new collection.

Grazia: New store alert. Check out the new Nicole Farhi store in London which has moved from Bond st to Conduit st

Tatty Little Boots:  The new Mary Portas shop fit at House of Fraser is aimed at a generation of grown up, modern women who want a modern and cool shopping experience.

Vistory: ”As the global recession begins to slow, we as consumers are keeping a closer eye on our wallets, and particularly what we’re spending our precious pennies on…” says Hayley from Vistory, here she tells us what the outdoor market can do to draw more people into stores

International Visual: Can a farm ever be stylish? I didn’t think so until I saw this amazing shop fit by the guys over at International Visual. Think chalky white paints, bleached wood, slate and ceramic tiles,  weather boarded panelling & wicker baskets.

Link love: Monthly roundup

Londonist: Some of Regent Streets most popular stores have given over a selection of their window displays to the Royal Institute of Architects to create something spectacular. The Londonist gives us a peak into the design collaborations.

Suzi Mclaughlin: Need a little inspiration? looking for a creative and individual display for your store? Suzi Mclaughlins beautiful paper cuts could be exactly what you are looking for!

TrendHunter: Merci in Paris is one of my favourite stores in Paris, can’t wait to pay a visit in June! With lots of industrial details it showcases some of the leading interior products.

Harpers Bazar: Daphne Guinness preps for McQueen MET gala in Barney’s window installation.