Bond Street For The RA250

The fashion and art worlds joined forces in celebration of the Royal Academy of Art’s 250th  year.

Bond Street’s world-leading fashion and fine jewellery brands collaborated with artists or designed their very own window display, exploring the theme of 250 years of art.

For the first time, Bond Street’s windows was transformed into a rich and diverse series of art installations, celebrating the theme 250 Years of Art from the 22nd June to 8th July 2018, coinciding with the Royal Academy’s 250th Summer Exhibition.

Alongside the installations, Royal Academician, Rose Wylie had a collection of flags suspended above Bond Street throughout the summer, as part of the broader celebration of 250 Years of Art in London’s West End, commissioned by the Royal Academy.

The display could be found Bond Street from the 22nd June to the 8th July. It has now come to end but you can still explore the best of the brand’s artistic endeavors, below as we reflect on our favourite window displays.

Put on in the heart of the West End, for an art institution that has inspired the world, we’re incredibly proud of the #RA250BondSt campaign and the joining of art and fashion communities. No where, but Bond St.

Pierre Le-Tan for Fenwick

Lia Chiarin for Temperly London

Tory Burch

Jager LeCoultre

Rimowa

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