No matter what city or town you live in across the USA, retail stores step up their game when it comes to holiday window displays. The most famous and the largest of which are in NYC. From Bergdorf Goodman, Bloomingdales, to Henri Bendel these NYC department stores dream up amazing displays to dazzle holiday shoppers.
Bergdorf Goodman Holiday window display 2014
This article from last year highlights the spectacular creativity of David Hoey and his team at Bergdorf Goodman to reinvent the windows every year. From musical instruments to literature, Hoey and his team draw on inspiration to create "a little theater, a little storytelling, and a little installation art". They truly succeed!
The date of the window reveal for Bergdorf's hasn't been published yet but you can view some of their previous installations here on their website. The dates for the other major department stores in NYC are here:
Lord & Taylor: November 12
Henri Bendel: November 17
Bloomingdale's: November 18
Barneys New York: November 18
Macy’s: November 20
Saks Fifth Avenue: November 23
Let the holiday fun begin!
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I have always had a fondness for the storied and elegant Plaza Hotel in New York City. Back in the day I interviewed a delightful fashion editor in the Plaza’s famous Palm Court. I found the whole experience fascinating so when I came across an article about the history of the Plaza I started reading at once.
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In the five years that I’ve been writing these fashion blogs I’ve come to the conclusion that the creative heads of these worldwide companies have daunting, or almost impossible, daily jobs. The headline you see above came from Alessandro Michele who, in January 2015, became the creative director of Gucci, the company that was founded in Florence, Italy in 1921 and currently has 500 stores worldwide.
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