Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Designs on Holiday Windows NYC 2012

 City sidewalks, busy sidewalks.
 Dressed in holiday style.
 In the air There's a feeling of Christmas!
 Children laughing,
 People passing,
 Meeting smile after smile
 and on every street corner
 you will "see"
that the big department stores have rolled out their annual holiday window displays!
Several years ago I was in New York City before Christmas and got to experience
the fantasy of these fabulous windows up close and personal! They are a
special treat for young and old! Here is a peak at the Windows of 2012!


Macy's was the first department store to have holiday windows. Their theme
this year is the Magic of Christmas.

Lord & Taylor:


It is Lord & Taylor's 75th Anniversary. Their windows this year depicts a
globe-trotting Santa Claus making the most of his day off and Holiday Traditions
around the world.They were the first store to have animated windows.
Tiffany & Company:
Tiffany is displaying Home for the Holidays and captures all of the allure of the Tiffany & Company's iconic blue box!
Saks Fifth Avenue:
Saks Fifth Avenue's  window this year has a Snowflake Spectacular Light Show
and tells a story of the Snowflake and the Yeti against a backdrop of
high fashion!


 Bloomingdale's takes this year’s inspiration from the soon to be released movie, “Cirque du Soleil: Worlds Away 3D.” It will be in theaters on December 21.
Bergdorf Goodman:

 This years Bergdorf Goodman's windows are inspired by all things Jazz Age,
old Hollywood and glamorous. Their production takes nearly an entire year
of planning. It is the Follies on Fifth Avenue.
Henri Bendel:

Henri Bendel continues with the Roaring 20's theme.  The main window features a replica of the store’s main selling floor circa 1920. It includes a gold-plated chandelier with Swarovski elements and a grand staircase with mirror panels, inspired by the first Henri Bendel location on 57th Street.
 Barney's holiday extravaganza this year is a salute to the Mouse! They partnered
with Walt Disney to show you Minnie's fashion adventure in Paris.
It is an Electric Holiday!
I hope you enjoyed your stroll down the streets of New York and you are getting
ready for a wonderful Holiday season!
If you would like to see more pictures of the 2012 Holiday Windows,

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