Sashani worked with a local student to create this display inspired by sweets and ice cream.

This jewellery shop window looks good enough to eat.

Sevenoaks retailer Philip Chown last year transformed his contemporary retail store Sashani with a little help from a skills masterclass inspired by the advice of self-styled retail guru Mary Portas.

The result was, quite literally, good enough to eat.


Chown worked with a student from Old Bexley to create a colourful, candy-themed window display inspired by a collection sold in-store.

The windows were decorated with lollipops, cup cakes and ice cream cones and are said to have attracted a lot of attention from passers-by.


This edition of Store Envy was taken from the February issue of Professional Jeweller. To vie a digital version of this issue online click here