In addition to the ordinary aisles, the demonstration at the LAC has a ‘deli section’. The lighting there needs to be different for every kind of food.
The fashion section starts with a shop window. Instead of showing real clothes, which would rapidly become outdated, mannequins are contained within inflatable eggs which, as they deflate, wrap the mannequins, so that effectively they wear a different dress every time.
Inside the ‘fashion store’ there are areas dedicated to different items – to clothes, to shoes and to bags. This makes it possible to demonstrate the different types of lighting that different products demand.
Vanity mirrors demonstrate the lighting that is most appropriate for people trying on make-up and a counter area has lighting that is intended to make the waiting process less tedious and to encourage impulse purchases.