New products


    Butterfly mannequins characterized by the elongated neck, tilted head in a gesture...


    Our brand new collection of sports mannequins, fibreglass figures in dynamic poses....


    STAGE is a collection of male headless mannequins. These men are dynamic and ideal...

  • ONE

    ONE - our new line of modern mannequins where simplicity is at its best. We designed...

  • 950 SERIES
    950 SERIES

    950 series is our new collection of females fitting to the current UK trends....

  • Now with every order, a FREE set of stickers!*

    To get a set of mannequin styling stickers, contact your sales manager. 0208 5496645

  • How to choose mannequins?

    When choosing mannequins it is important to consider the style and layout of the shop; colours, structures and overall design. It is necessary for all the elements to be in a visual harmony. Preferably, mannequins placed in the shop window should be chosen from the same collection although they could still vary in colours or positions. The current trend is to present...

  • Choosing the right pose

    When arranging a window display it is important to choose mannequins in a variety of poses, this will give the consumer the ability to create a relationship with them. Furthermore when choosing your mannequins it is important to make sure the pose you choose is suitable for your specific shops needs and the clothes they are going to present. (Mannequins presenting sportswear will...

  • Arranging the mannequins - composition

    Below are the rules of a good composition, just to help you make the most of arranging your mannequins.make sure that the distance between the mannequins varies mannequins should be “ looking “ in different directions mannequins shoulders are turn in different angles invent “ a real life situation “ were the window display...

  • Traditional vs Non Traditional

    Are we evolving our view on the Christmas themes? Ushering in a new era of visual displays for the festive season? We’ve picked our favourites for 2015 on both sides of the spectrum.