This one is just the upper torso of one mannequin (with a big crack on the back of her head) and the leg from another. The mannequin was spray painted to give is a glossy sheen so it could look like it was wet.
This one is a bit more elaborate. I don’t quite get the connection with the travel books by the tub. I think it was to convey that this “bathing beauty” feels like she has been transplanted to an exotic tropical beach as a result of using the bath products the store sells. Hence the signage “Imagine.”
This display makes me smile, because for once a mannequin is not all dolled up looking like a glamour goddess. Once again, this is just an upper torso of a mannequin, a distressed one at that. Just goes to show that you don’t have to spend a lot of money to make creative displays. We frequently have mannequins in our mannequin boneyard that are perfect for something like this.
This display is from a department store in France and they took it a step further to not only sell bath products, but lingerie and towels. Love that!