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Window Displays New York: For the real Christmas spirit!

17 December 2013
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Not feeling Christmas yet? These spectacular window displays will get you in the holiday spirit!

The month December is amazing in New York. Everywhere there are lights and Christmas decorations. We’ve had a couple of days of snow, but still a lot of sun!
A thing that they do so so well here is making Christmas time incredibly special. If you’re here this month you have to take a look at the beautiful window displays at these stores. They are awesome! For many stores this costs a year of preparation (that’s right as soon as they break down the windows, they’ll start for next holiday season). There’s interaction, animation, they have magical stories to tell, there’s beautiful music. For the people that cannot make it to New York this time of year; have a look at the most beautiful window displays.

Name: Bloomingdale’s
Address: 1000 3rd Avenue (between 59th and 60th Street)
What is there to see: Christmas with an international spark. We see window displays on Great Britain, China, Paris, Italy and of course New York: “Take a journey with us around the world and remember that certain things like love and style are universal“. Amen.

Bloomingdales Christmas Paris and Great Brittain
Bloomingdales Christmas Italy and China
Bloomingdales Christmas window display
Bloomingdales Christmas window display
Bloomingdales Christmas window display New York
Name: Lord and Taylor
Address: 424 5th Avenue (between 38 and 39 Street)
What is there to see: “Vintage New York“. Romantic traditional style. Lord and Taylor looks back on New York during Christmas in the old days.
Etalages New York: Lord and Taylor
Lord and Taylor Christmas window displays: Santa Claus
Christmas New York: Lord and Taylor window displays: Dinner
Lord and Taylor Christmas window displays
Lord and Taylor Christmas window displays puppet
Name: Macy’s
Address: 151 W 34th Street
What is there to see:Dream and Believe” is about a little boy that is dreaming about Christmas. Such a shame you guys can’t here the beautiful music. A fairytale…
Etalages New York: Macy's
Macy's window display Christmas
Macy's window display Christmas little boy
Macy's Christmas window displays Believe
Etalages New York: Macy's
Etalages New York: Macy's Joy
Macy's New York little boy dreaming
Macy's New York little boy dreaming
Name: Bergdorf Goodman
Address: 754 5th Avenue/ 58th Street
What is there to see:Holidays on Ice” tells us about the classic American holidays Arbor Day (a day when people are encouraged to appreciate, plant and care for trees), Thanksgiving, 4th of July, April Fools’ Day, Valentine’s Day, Halloween, Mardi Gras, New Year’s Eve and Groundhog Day, which are captured in a frozen window display.
Etalages New York: Bergdorf Goodman 4th of July
Etalages New York: Bergdorf Goodman
Bergdorf Goodman Windows Christmas: April Fools' DayBergdorf Goodman windows Christmas: Arbor Day
Bergdorf Goodman windows Christmas: Arbor Day and Valentine's DayBergdorf Goodman windows Christmas: Valentine's Day Bergdorf Goodman Christmas Groundhog Day
Bergdorf Goodman windows Christmas Halloween
Name: Henri Bendel
Address: 712 5th Avenue
What is there to see:Hirschfeld Spectacular” shows us a scene in a classic New York dining room. It gives you a peek inside while they are having a party. From left to right there’s: Woopie Goldberg, Audrey Hepburn, Woody Allen, Marilyn Monroe, Matthew Broderick, Sara Jessica Parker, Liza Minnelli, Jerry Stiller, Bernadette Peters, Carol Channing and artist Al Hirschfeld (famous cartoonist of the New York Times and is being honored here. Some of his drawing are being shown as well).

Etalages New York: Henri Bendel
Henri Bendel Christmas window display: Al Hirschfeld and Sarah Jessica Parker

Henri Bendel Christmas window displays: Woopie Goldberg, Audrey Hepburn and Woody Allen, Liza Minnelli

Name: Saks Fifth Avenue
Address: 611 5th Avenue
What is there to see: “The Yeti Story“. For years there has been a rumor that a yeti lives on the rooftop of Saks on 5th Avenue and makes snow in the winter. Follow this fluffy, cute yeti on his journey in search for the most beautiful snow flakes… The 3-D light show outside is awesome as well.
Etalages New York: Saks Fifth Avenue Yeti part1
Saks Fifth Avenue yeti part2
Saks Fifth Avenue Christmas: Yeti at home
Etalages New York: Saks Fifth Avenue part 3
Saks Fifth Avenue Yeti part 4
Saks Fifth Avenue Yeti part 5
Saks Fifth Avenue Yet part6
Saks Fifth Avenue yeti part 6
Saks Fifth Avenue Yeti last part
PS: more hotspots are in the New York Little Black Book. A city guide to New York with the best restaurants, shops and things to do. Every week I will post new adventures on Your Little Black Book so stay tuned for the latest gems I spotted!

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