A late-night winter stroll down Fifth Avenue is never complete without a stop at the glorious windows of BergdorfGoodman. When the holiday season rolls around, designer John Hoey pulls out all the stops to create displays that literally stop tragic with their extravagance and glamour.
This year, each window was designed independently under major art themes.
The neons could have bee plucked from old Broadway to celebrate the glory of live theater. (Doesn't the mannequin bear an uncanny resemblance to Taylor Swift?)
These sweet treats look good enough to eat.
Made entirely of fabric, soft sculptures and needlework, this window celebrates the imagination of literature.
Architecture is put on a pedestal in this window with forms made of paper and blueprints.
Always Frugal, Always Fabulous,
The Elegant Thrifter