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Honorable Mention Winners of the VMSD 2012 International Visual Competition

Ten noteworthy projects earn recognition

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Projects ranging from fragrance launches and fashion trends to holiday windows received honorable mention honors in VMSD’s annual International Visual Competition. Click the slide show above to see images of these winning projects.

Honorable Mention Winners
Honorable Mention, In-Store Apparel Presentation
Bob’s Stores, East North Port, Long Island, N.Y.
Visual presentation
Ken Hansen- avp, visual merchandising and store design; Valerie Kodman, manager, visual merchandising and store design

Honorable Mention, In-Store Accessories/Beauty/Shoes Presentation
Macy’s State Street, Chicago
“Coach Poppy Flower”
Jon Jones, visual director; Paul Anthony, senior visual manager; Kellye Kazlausky, cosmetics visual

Honorable Mention, In-Store Home Goods Presentation
Macy’s State Street, Chicago
“Spring China Tablescapes”
Jon Jones, visual director; Kim Garner, home design team

Honorable Mention, In-Store Storewide Promotions
The Bay, Toronto
“MMM Launch”
Ana Fernandes, creative design manager

Honorable Mention, Non-Holiday Window Displays – Theme
Macy’s, New York
“Animal Prints”
Paul Olszewski, director, windows and interior flagship marketing; James Bellante, senior vp, visual

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Honorable Mention, Non-Holiday Window Displays – Seasonal
Macy’s, New York
“Valentine’s Day”
Paul Olszewski, director, windows and interior flagship marketing; James Bellante, senior vp, visual

Honorable Mention, Non-Holiday Window Displays – Apparel
The Bay, Toronto
“Cashmere”
Ana Fernandes, creative design manager

Honorable Mention, Non-Holiday Window Displays – Theme
Macy’s, New York
“Zip ties”
Paul Olszewski, director, windows and interior flagship marketing; James Bellante, senior vp, visual

Honorable Mention, Non-Holiday Window Displays – Theme
Holt Renfrew, Toronto
“High Camp”
Tracey Peters, senior national visual merchandising manager; Alix Box, senior vp, sales and marketing; Susanne Shaw, Bloor Street visual merchandising manager; Anjo Loots, national visual merchandising coordinator; Holt Renfrew visual team

Honorable Mention, Holiday Window Display
Macy’s State Street, Chicago
“Holiday windows”
Jon Jones, visual director; Paul Anthony, senior visual manager; Daniel Pionke, window design team

Check out the First Place winners in VMSD’s 2012 International Visual Competition.

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