Carnival of the Animals - 2011 Holiday Window Decorations
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As usual, Bergdorf Goodman's holiday window displays are intricate and beautiful. The theme of "Carnival of the Animals" is woven through each of the windows. Each window display includes beautiful couture fashions and antiques, as well as detailed craftsmanship, whether it's through needlework, paper craft or beading. If you see just one of New York City's many holiday window displays, this should be it.
The 2009 Holiday Windows at Bergdorf Goodman depict "A Compendium of Curiosities." They feature references to M.C. Escher and Lewis Carroll along with Victorian elements.
The Bergdorf Goodman windows lining Fifth Avenue each depict a different season, and the 57th Street windows have a modern feel showing seasons greetings.
The 2007 Bergdorf Goodman holiday window displays were created around the theme of The Elements with separate windows displays for earth, air, water and fire.
The Bergdorf Goodman windows lining Fifth Avenue and 57th Street each depict a different aspect of celebrating, such as harmonizing and decorating.
The Bergdorf Goodman windows lining Fifth Avenue and 57th Street each illustrated a line from a different Christmas carol or holiday song.
The Bergdorf Goodman holiday windows along 57th Street depicted Vaudeville acts, such as dog trainers and magicians.
Along Fifth Avenue, the Bergdorf Goodman window displays feature fantastical scenes, featuring a variety of antiques and couture fashions.