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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When Instagram announced they would be running a test where they would "hide the total number of likes and video views for some people" in some countries, the feedback was mixed. I spoke with some of my friends, from around the globe, who lauded the decision. Their reasoning was varied but with many pointing to how many teens and even young children are feeling the pressure to post and will only feel validated when they get so many likes.
Last week we introduced you to the newly opened Hudson Yards and provided lots of basic, down-to-earth information. CLICK HERE for a fantastic video of the grand opening ceremony (sound on/full screen). This week we’re going to focus on the shops and restaurants you will find as well as “The Vessel” (New York’s answer to the Eiffel Tower) and “The Shed” (a performance and exhibition space that expands and contracts).
No matter where you are in the world today, it seems one cannot escape politics. As I do not want this post to be an oxymoron, my goal is to keep it on topic - politics in fashion?. It was not that long ago, I cancelled one of my previously beloved fashion magazines (and as you read this, it wasn't American Vogue). Without thinking twice, I cited the reason being that I was a subscriber to this magazine because it used to be about fashion, now it was about fashion and politics.
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