Friday, November 24, 2017

10 Best New York City Holiday Windows

One of the BEST parts of the holiday season are the amazing holiday windows in New York City. The city really comes alive during this time of year, and there are so many wonderful things to see and do. I am not a fan of the crowds, but I find if you go off 5th Avenue, it is somewhat less of a frenzy! These are, in my opinion, the best holiday windows you must visit. They are truly works of art, and can take up to a year to make into reality. Bergdorf Goodman, who has one of the most gorgeous displays each year, starts working on the next year's design right after the current holiday season. A fabulous film to watch is Scatter my Ashes at Bergdorfs directed by Matthew Miele which takes you behind the scenes of how these windows are created. It is remarkable what these talented folks can do, and we are oh so lucky to be able to enjoy them each year! 

In no particular order: 

1. Bergdorf Goodman - 754 Fifth Avenue at 58th Streets
2. Bloomingdales - 1000 3rd Avenue at 59th Streets
3. Lord and Taylor - 424 Fifth Avenue at 39th Street
4. Barney's - 50 Rockefeller Plaza between 50th and 51st Street
5. Saks Fifth Avenue - 611 Fifth Avenue between 49th and 50th Streets
6. Henri Bendel - 712 5th Avenue at 56th Street
7. Tiffany - 727 Fifth Avenue between 56th and 57th Streets
8. Macy's - 151 West 34th and 7th Avenue
9. Anthropologie - Rockefeller Center Location
10. Cartier -  653 Fifth Avenue at 52nd Street

Some of my photos of some previous windows during the holiday season: 

What are your favorite holiday windows in NYC? 

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