As the display director for Jaegar between 1960 and 1969, Haynes won the Regent Street annual window display award seven times, as well as winning the Sunday Telegraph trophy for the best national window display for two years running, and the Evening Standard trophy for the best displays in London. Other displays included an installation by the cast of “An Evening of British Rubbish”, staring Bruce Lacey from the Windhams Theatre in London. The exhibition of “Celebrity Christmas Trees”, designed by personalities received much publicity.
Haynes designed window displays for Mary Quant between 1963 and 1965 at her Knightsbridge and Kings Road boutiques, one of Haynes’ window displays was a flower design on the window made by drawing around paper plates. Mary Quant loved it so much it became the inspiration for her iconic flower design. His Christmas display consisting of lines of penguins, with spring heads fitted to concentric cranks, was bought by one of the Beatles.
In 1967 Haynes designed and installed the “Swinging London” Exhibition at Madam Tussaud’s, London. His Swinging Personalities were depicted by life size cut out photographs, which included artist Peter Blake. Sir Peter liked the idea so much that he used the concept for the Beatles record cover, “Sergeant Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band”.
Cut-out images of swinging sixties stars included The Beatles, Rolling Stones, Jean Shrimpton, PJ Proby, Mary Quant, David Hockney, Peter Blake, Gerald Scarfe, The Who, The Kinks, Twiggy, Bruce Lacey, Paul Jones.
Haynes was also the designer of several exhibitions including
- Photographs by William Klein, Paris & London 1965
- Photographs by David Bailey, London 1967
- Neon & Acrylic Art Showcase, London 1968