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Holiday Windows in New York City


Bergdorf Goodman Holiday Window 2013 © Ricky Zehavi; blog.bergdorfgoodman.com
Enjoy one of New York City's greatest holiday traditions -- Christmas and holiday window displays at NYC's finest department stores.

Starting in mid-November, many stores along New York City's Fifth Avenue (and other streets in midtown Manhattan) create their magical annual holiday windows. Barney's, Bergdorf Goodman, Macy's, Bloomingdale's, Saks Fifth Avenue, Tiffany & Co., and more!

Visit day or night to see the thrilling artistry at NYC's best department stores, all for free, through December 2013! The holiday window displays are a one of the best things to do in NYC during the holidays for both locals and tourists. Make sure to wear comfortable shoes and clothes while you wait; the lines can be long, but it'll be worth it! You can also enjoy these fabulous NYC sights from the comfort of a motorcoach bus on the 4-hour Holiday Lights guided motorcoach tour.

2013 NYC Holiday Window Displays (check back in the fall for details on 2014 NYC holiday window displays)
 
  • Anthropologie, 50 Rockefeller Plaza between 50th and 51st Streets; anthropologie.com

  • Barney's Holiday Windows 2013; "Floating City"Barneys, 660 Madison Avenue between 60th and 61st Streets;  barneys.com
    Introducing “A New York Holiday,” an unprecedented collaboration celebrating the spirit of the city. This holiday season, Barneys New York and Shawn 'JAY Z' Carter have partnered with some of the most prestigious fashion houses in the world--Balenciaga, Balmain, Lanvin, The Elder Statesman, En Noir, Hoorsenbuhs, Just Don (coming soon!), Proenza Schouler, Rick Owens, Stutterheim, Acne Studios, and Cutler & Gross--to create exclusive, limited edition products inspired by New York City in a color palette of black, white, gold and silver.
    In addition to the exclusive collection, Barneys New York’s iconic Madison Avenue windows will host an interactive holiday installation conceived by Mr. Carter, visual artist Joanie Lemercier and Barneys New York Creative Director Dennis Freedman, utilizing innovative technology from Christie Digital Systems USA, Inc. to uniquely incorporate video mapping, LED light design and projection into the display.

  • Bergdorf Goodman, 754 Fifth Avenue at 58th Streets; bergdorfgoodman.com
    "Holidays on Ice" celebrates a year's worth of holidays, all of them icebound. Fifth Avenue’s large windows celebrate Arbor Day, the Fourth of July, April Fool's Day, Valentine’s Day and Halloween, while the avenue's smaller windows continue in theme with Thanksgiving, Mardi Gras, New Year’s Eve' and Groundhog Day.

  • Bloomingdale's, 59th Street and Lexington Avenue; bloomingdales.com
  • Celebrate the holiday season with Bloomingdale's iconic holiday windows featuring oversized presents celebrating holiday shopping from around the world.

  • Cartier, 653 Fifth Avenue at 52nd Street; cartier.com
    Cartier interactive holiday windows.

  • Dylan’s Candy Bar, 1011 Third Avenue at 60th Street; dylanscandybar.com

  • Fendi, 677 Fifth Avenue between 53rd and 54th Streets; fendi.com

  • Henri Bendel, 712 Fifth Avenue at 56th Street; henribendel.com
    Henri Bendel's holiday windows bring to life the illustrations of Al Hirschfeld, whose drawings of celebrities and Broadway performers ran in the New York Times for over seventy years, as well as many other notable titles.


  • Lord & Taylor, 424 Fifth Avenue at 39th Street; lordandtaylor.com
    This year's Lord & Taylor holiday windows are inspired by vintage NYC, with scenes that include customers buying gifts at a recreation of the department store, tons of festive decor, Santa Claus, and more. The windows will follow Lord & Taylor holiday shoppers of years past during a typical day of shopping, tea and lunch, the opera, and a gift exchange.

  • Louis Vuitton, 19 East 57th St at Fifth Avenue; louisvuitton.com.

  • Macy's Holiday Windows 2013Macys, 34th Street and Sixth Avenue; macys.com
    Recreating Christmas morning scenes.

  • Saks Fifth Avenue, 611 Fifth Avenue between 49th and 50th Streets; saks.com
    Saks' holiday windows feature "Snowflake Spectacular," a light show that will be projected onto the store. Six animated windows will tell the story of the legendary Saks Yeti, from his "life as an under-appreciated snowmaker in Siberia to his starring role as a true snowflake artist in New York."


  • Tiffany & Co., 727 Fifth Avenue between 56th and 57th Streets; tiffany.com  

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