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The Christmas windows at Bergdorf Goodman are consistently spectacular and this year have taken home the title “Most Fashionable.” The artistry of the people inhabiting this world is exquisite. The display itself reads like a love letter to New York, capturing the 2017 theme.
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Second prize goes to Barneys New York. Not only did the window display characteristically understated elegance, it is also interactive. Admirers of the display can leave comments on Instagram hashtagging Barneys for a chance to win some really swank loot. A press representative said Barneys doesn’t follow a theme for window displays, but rather the department store wants the windows to present social messages.
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There’s something nostalgic about Lord & Taylor’s windows this year, from the hallmark New York taxi to the luxe watches on display, it gives you all the holiday feels.
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The holidays in New York feel like you’re living in a fairy tale, especially when strolling down Fifth Avenue. Disney and Saks paired up to bring you a little bit of Snow White, just in time for Christmas.
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Paying homage to P. T. Barnum of the Ringling Brothers Barnum and Bailey Circus, Bloomingdale’s gives viewers a glimpse inside the marvelous world of “The Greatest Showman.” Also, Louis Vuitton and Jeff Koons partnered up for a display that features a new cult collectable: a Monet-printed handbag, which came from the artist’s second product drop with the luxury LV label. There’s even a Star Wars tribute.
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As Holly Golightly said about Tiffany’s: “Nothing very bad could happen to you there, not with those kind men in their nice suits, and that lovely smell of silver and alligator wallets.” Indeed, the Fifth Avenue landmark store has a window display that captures the iconic spirit of Tiffany’s and Ms. Golightly.
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Ever wonder what a New York dinner party looked like? Peer inside Henri Bendel’s Christmas window and you’ll find out. Can you spot the famous faces?