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ANSWERED on Mon 1 Sep 2008 - 2:31 am UTC by clouseau

Question: MAC Cosmetics Displays and Store Fixtures

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Sun 31 Aug 2008 - 6:03 pm UTC

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christymc33
Customer

Hi,
I am looking to find who manufactures MAC Cosmetics in store Display Fixtures and tables.  I would like to purchase similar Cosmetic Display/ Cosmetics Holders and Makeup tables like the ones used in the MAC Cosmetic Retail stores. Please provide me with a company to get in touch with.
Thanks!

 
 

Mon 1 Sep 2008 - 2:31 am UTC

Uclue Researcher Answer

clouseau
Researcher

Hello ,

Thank you for your question.

It appears each store may have custom fixtures created and there is no single answer for you. As you will see in a moment, some are even designed in-house. But hopefully the following will be useful links to get you to the results you desire.

For example, this store in New Zealand used Allen and Chapman for their MAC displays:
http://trendsideas.com/ViewArticle.aspx?article=8615&region=1

www.allenandchapman.co.nz

David Nice Builders has created custom fixtures for MAC displays:
http://www.davidnicebldrs.com/clients.html

You can see pictures here:
http://www.davidnicebldrs.com/fixtures.html

Fixture Pro claims to having created some things for MAC, however no longer listed on their current website. You might contact them:
http://www.fixture-pro.com/

Ebay even gets some MAC display fixtures:
http://cgi.ebay.com/mac-cosmetics-display-unit-~-eyeshadow_W0QQitemZ130250845721QQcmdZViewItemQQimsxZ20080830?IMSfp=TL080830193r11596


It also appears that MAC does some of this in-house as they have ads to hire industrial designers:
http://www.simplyhired.com/job-id/yvf5i3vqer/industrial-designer-jobs/

Industrial designer [freelance]

Mac Cosmetics - New York, NY

Highly style and design driven cosmetics brand is looking for a freelance industrial / product designer for a regular three day a week position. You will be working on all areas of conceptualisation, design, detailing and development of packaging, in-store displays and fixtures. This is an entry to mid-level position suitable for a recent graduate or a designer with some degree of experience in industry. Experience of the cosmetics industry is not specifically required. Good presentation and model-making skills, high level of attention to detail, lateral creative thinking and the ability to interpret and work within the structure of the company's established brand identity will be key. Specific Skills Computer skills, ideally: illustrator, photoshop, xenon. Very thorough attention to detail...

Just in case you'd like to browse some of the cosmetic display fixture suppliers, I'll provide some links here for you as well:

AZAR
http://www.azardisplays.com/productcart/pc/viewcategories.asp?idCategory=125&pageStyle=H&gclid=CPz5iubDuZUCFRs-awod5nruRA

Lorex
http://www.lorexplastics.com/

Mikhail Marskey is a designer that has worked for L'oreal. Perhaps he might be a contact for you?
http://www.coroflot.com/public/individual_set.asp?specialty=7&sort_by=1&c=1&set_id=24024&individual_id=87751

Grafton
http://www.graftoncosmetics.com/displays.htm

There are many, many more, so just a sampling. You can repeat this search if you like:
http://www.google.com/search?num=100&hl=en&q=cosmetics+displays+OR+fixtures

And though Sheridan and Company have not done MAC specifically, you might like their cosmetic display work:
http://www.sheridanandco.com/?gclid=CKvGuJHFuZUCFQhJagodw3OAQA


I trust my research has provided you with useful links and information.

Regards,

-=clouseau=-

 
 

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