A great many spectacular things have found their way into the Piccadilly storefront displays over the years. Artist David Bailey’s new installation of 400 bronze tiger models – created by Bailey with Pangolin Editions, and representing one of the 400 surviving Sumatran tigers in the wild – will be in situ for 10 days in two of our windows, starting Tuesday 23 May.

Now the smallest surviving subspecies in the world, each bronze cast model is individually numbered and costs £400 to purchase – with every penny going to Greenpeace to assist in their efforts to protect the Sumatran tiger’s Indonesian island habitat from illegal deforestation.A living artwork, the figures will be available to buy in-store and online – and as the individual tigers are sold, they will be removed from the window display, diminishing the artwork and demonstrating the speed with which this critically-endangered species might disappear from the planet.The big reveal takes place on May 23 – join us at Piccadilly to see this incredible work first-hand, and learn more about the plight of the Sumatran tiger.