Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Holiday Window Spectale, Part 2

Well, as promised I now present you with the rest of New York's holidays windows that impressed me much and our own windows at the store. Every year, my team and I take a day out to venture to the city and take the scene in, and enjoy all the hard work everyone else did. And it's always interesting how different each store is.I can't remember two stores even doing anything remotely close to the same thing. Continuing on the tour from the other day is the men's store at Bergdorf Goodman, which as we all know, the holiday windows at the women's store get all the attention, but those at the men's store across the street are just as chic and stunning. How fun they use animal heads on the mannequins which is kind of funny in itself, since most men are wild beast, at least the ones the Mistress is used too. I kid of course, but some of the men I dated sure seem to be in these windows!!!







The French Louis Vuitton went with a harlequin and circus theme for their windows. I'm loving the elephant balancing on the ball.






Loving Cartier's boxwood treatment canopy's.....how sleek!


Next stop was to Ralph Lauren's Polo Mansion, who always has the spin on the well done traditional settings.






This year Barney's devoted all their windows to Lady Gaga, and many were designed by the artist herself. Just so you know, the first picture? It appeared everything was made out of hair!!!





Next stop....Tiffany & Co.


Tiffany &Co, the legendary joaillier, always has the most magnificent windows filled with exquisite jewels, this year’s stunning windows at their Fifth Avenue flagship store take their inspiration from the magical carousel that pops up every year in Central Park. I'm always enthralled by the detail in them. I don't know if you have a Tiffany's near you, but the windows are not big, quite small actually. So it takes much patience, skill and talent to create this in such a small space.






And finally the Mistress and teams windows. The location where I work only has four small windows so we are limited to real over the top theatrical. Our theme was Dream Dresses, or dresses that one would dream of. They are all real dresses, except the one we made of entirely recycled greeting cards, that was for pure fun! The first is a small vintgnette window of Kate Spade handbags.







And that Ladies and Gentleman concludes our window tour for this year, thanks and join us again next year! Tootles!

23 comments:

  1. All loverly! Now I know what to do with old greeting cards...

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  2. Anonymous12/14/2011

    I love what you did. Especially the last pic!

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  3. Wow - spektakulario! Thanks for the tour! xxx

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  4. Anonymous12/14/2011

    Wow, you made that dress our of recycled greeting cards? It's stunning, take that Scarlet O' Hara, the mistress is in town! Your windows are beautiful, really magical and enchanting.
    I love all of the others too, I want to go to a party in a shop window now!

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  5. Beautiful! Your windows are top notch. Right up there with NY. Wonderful job all of you. I love the dress made from the greeting cards.

    Happy Holidays
    CoreyJo

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  6. wow those are gorgeous windows

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  7. Oh yes, do I love these? Let me count the ways! I love when you do window post but I really enjoy seeing your teams work even more!

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  8. If heaven exists, it looks like the The Polo Mansion and all these windows...at Chritmas! Thanks for the tour again girl!

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  9. So cool and amazingly creative! So you do drag good, interior design and visual display? To be just one quater of that creative!!!!!!!!

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  10. These are utterly amazing... almost worth a trip just to see and to take a closer look! Thanks for sharing your wonderful photos and all the others to. To be in your mind.......

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  11. this is just insane! Where do you people get all this talent? It is amazing to see!

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  12. Seriously, these windows are too fabulous. So much imagination. And yours are incredible.....recycled greeting cards?

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  13. Mistress you do amaze me with your talents in interior design, at you store, men and cocktail invention! It never ends! These are very beautiful though, wouldn't expect anything less.

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  14. Men are wild beasts. Proudly! Your tour and your windows are incredible! Is that dress in the first window from your closet? Sure looks like something I've seen!

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  15. These are pretty awesome, your job must be fun!

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  16. I love looking at the NY store window displays- from the comfort of my chair! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  17. Amazing! And this is the first I've seen yours! I had no idea....

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  18. Tiffany's is my favorite. Just keep it simple and "Christmas­y". Not so bizarre! Window dressings should be a scene we can somehow relate to rather than a snapshot from a sci-fi movie.I just don't get Bergdorf's at all.

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  19. Thanks for the tour! These are amazing except for Barney's! How can anyone look at the Barney's window and say that was a good idea for the holidays? It looks more like a nightmare window. But then I'm not a huge gaga fan.

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  20. These are Magnificent! The closest I've seen in-person is San Francisco's Union Square, and it has been YEARS!!! The Mistress and Team are Phenomenal in this genre, and I say in all honesty... Truly My Favorites Indeed!!!

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  21. My god! That's some beautiful design!

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  22. Absolutely gorgeoussss....
    JOY*

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Go ahead darling, tell me something fabulous!