New York fashion label Kate Spade has created a personalised shopping experience by embedding touchscreens within a construction hoarding at an upcoming store in New Jersey.

The resulting experience merges online and offline worlds, enabling customers to engage with products in new ways and helps Kate Spade maximise exposure and potential sales.

Shoppers interact through touch screens, responding to typically whimsical Kate Spade questions such as – “Sparkle: a little or a lot?” and “Dream dinner party: pizza on fine china or desert served first?” – before being given personalised product recommendations and the option to purchase digitally with complimentary shipping.

As well as making the most of previously wasted retail space whilst store renovations are underway, the brand is also able to capture data on relevant local customers for subsequent instore events and promotions once the store opens.

See the interactive store hoarding in action below:



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