My Favorite Things – The Holiday Windows at Bergdorf Goodman (2014 Edition)

Ever since I moved to New York City, I look forward to seeing the holiday windows at Bergdorf Goodman.  I had a free night tonight, and with the temperatures in the balmy 40s, I seized the opportunity to walk over to 5th Avenue.

Celebrating “The Arts,” this year’s windows seemed tailor-made for me, and I loved each and every one of them from the opening credits…

Bergdorf Goodman in lights

To the windows dedicated to:

Film…

Film Window

Sculpture…

Sculpture Window

Dance…

Dance window

Painting…

Painting window

Architecture…

Architecture window

Literature…

Literature window

(Here’s a closer look…)

Literature window closeup

Photography…

Photography window

Cartography…

Cartography window

Calligraphy…

Calligraphy window

Gastronomy…

Gastronomie Window

And theater.

Theater window

 There was even one window dedicated to ALL of the arts (fitting in a city that is a mecca for artists and art!)…

The Arts window

But the window that blew me away (no pun intended) was the window dedicated to music.

Music window at Bergdorf's

Music window at Bergdorg's 2

And that’s a wrap!

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2 responses to “My Favorite Things – The Holiday Windows at Bergdorf Goodman (2014 Edition)

  1. Yes the window dedicated to music is beyond beautiful. I hope to see them this holiday season as I want to get to the Picasso exhibit.

    • Hi Susan,

      I didn’t mention that a lot of the displays actually move, which makes them even more special! Also, the windows across the street at Tiffany & Co are fun. They are much smaller scale, but they all feature moving scenes and have a retro vibe.

      I hope you enjoy your trip! I’ll have to check out the Picasso exhibit, too. I hope it’s sticking around for a while since my Nutcracker schedule makes for little to no free this month. 🙂 Joana

      On Fri, Dec 5, 2014 at 4:32 PM, JOANA MIRANDA STUDIO wrote:

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