James Street store window display mannequins
The photos in this journal post are of mannequins from fashion shop window displays along James Street, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane, Australia. According to a fashionista’s online blog post the James Street precinct is Brisbane’s home of fashion.
What window dressing display attracted my attention?
The image with the photo frames, street reflection and mannequin shape is from Calexico’s boutique. In contrast, the textured surface of the mannequin seated in the Silk Laundry shop window is clearly visible in the photograph. This treatment is reminiscent of paper mache. Finally, the last of the three images is a shadow of a mannequin’s arm and hand, and was taken at the Kookai retail store entrance on a bright sunny morning.
For more mannequin love I suggest you follow this link to a journal post featuring portrait photographs. Additionally, if you’re curious about how mannequin styles differ, this link will take you to a gallery page which has tons of pictures taken in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from various shopping malls.
Artist: © Tahnia Roberts 2022
Category: Street photography
Style: Abstract black and white photography
Subject: Shop mannequins Australia
Artist country: Australia