During the holiday season, New York City’s biggest fashion retailers go all-out with decorating their windows in fantastical holiday themes. From Swarovski crystal-adorned windows at Bergdorfs to live ice carving at Barneys New York, you can’t help but get into the festive spirit of the season with these glittering holiday window displays.
Barneys New York
Over at Barneys New York off Madison Ave., live ice sculptors sit within the windows and carve holiday motifs daily.
Florist and window designer Jeff Leatham curated Bloomgindale’s holiday windows with an “imaginative mix of floral design and faceted mirrored sculptures to stimulate each of the five senses.”
Macy’s Herald Square
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Celebrating the 50th anniversary of “A Charlie Brown Christmas,” all six of the windows at the iconic New York Macy’s Herald Square show the Peanuts characters dressed up in their holiday best.
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Bergdorfs partnered with Swarovski for a glittering holiday display composed of over 7 million crystals.
Saks Fifth Avenue
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“The Winter Palace” at Saks Fifth Avenue is a dazzling sight to see, with a light show illuminating the twinkling décor of an icy Colosseum, a snowy Great Wall of China, a frozen Great Barrier Reef, and more.
Tiffany & Co.
“This year we’re celebrating Tiffany’s heritage of luxury in a winter wonderland, as depicted in miniature theatres of the 19th century,” explains Richard Moore, Tiffany & Co. vice president of creative visual merchandising. Expect to be spellbound by lavish window scenes that reveal a fairytale landscape—the perfect backdrop for enchanting Tiffany designs. #ATiffanyHoliday A photo posted by Tiffany & Co. (@tiffanyandco) on
Inspired by 19th century New York, the famous jeweler decorated its Fifth Avenue windows featuring fairy-tale winter sc