Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Bergdorfs 2010 Windows

Bergdorf Goodman's Xmas Windows Enfin les vitrines Xmas at Bergdorf Goodmans!
Bergdorf Goodman's Xmas Windows Comme d'habitude les singes/as always the monkeys are present.Bergdorf Goodman's Xmas Windows The theme this year is 'Wish You Were Here"Bergdorf Goodman's Xmas Windows So climb aboard the crocheted horse (who's been chatting with the knitted-legginged ostriches at Bendels per chance?) Remember seeing this gift-bearing hound in
'The Scenic Route'
Bergdorf Goodman's Xmas Windows'Full Speed Ahead' in your sequined stripped jammies...pourquoi pas?
Bergdorf Goodman's Xmas Windows Accompanied by sailors beaucoup...
Bergdorf Goodman's Xmas Windows'Ready For Takeoff'?
Bergdorf Goodman's Xmas Windows More Bergdorf monkey coachmen...
Bergdorf Goodman's Xmas Windows And why oh why is Amelia Earhart riding in an old fahioned coach? Qui sait? Only Bergdorfs knows that answer.
Bergdorf Goodman's Xmas Windows In the 58th street side windows, astrology and cartography is going to town.
Bergdorf Goodman's Xmas Windows A feathered haircut peut-etre?
Bergdorf Goodman's Xmas WindowsLions guard the maniquin here...
Bergdorf Goodman's Xmas Windows Paper rams of the horoscope.
Bergdorf Goodman's Xmas Windows Bergdorf Goodman wishes you Happy Hols
BONJOUR BERGDORFS 2010!

21 comments:

Sweet Freak said...

Shall I chalk it up to dissonance after not having been in the states all year? Or are Bergdorf's holiday windows un peu bizarre??

Diane said...

Bizarre? Well part of the definition of that word is extravagant and they are certainly that. I wish I could afford the coffee table book on the history of Bergdorf windows. They always display the MOST imaginative and lush eye candy to be found anywhere.

Jeff Seaver said...

howdy
a happy client said thank you for 2010 -with an iPad!!! omg
have you seen your blog on an iPad? it looks INSANELY GREAT
J

cocoa and coconut said...

Looking at that I felt like I was in a really magical land. I bit bizarre almost.

Nonetheless, thanks for sharing. I trust you had a lovely Christmas Carol!

Justine said...

Gorgeous as ever..
Whenever is Bergdorfs not bizarre?
Lord help us if they follow the other sheep.

A Brush with Color said...

That was fun! What great windows--they look like they had fun creating that, don't they!

jeanette, mistress of longears said...

Such amazing work! LOVED the video and the ability to click on each photo for an enlargement! The framing alone is stunning...

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for your gorgeous blog!! I miss Paris every minute I'm not there and I mean that literally!

Foodwalker said...

Bergdorf's windows in SF don't look that the ones in today's blog!
Love,
Annie

Parisbreakfasts said...

Of course they don't look the same!
This is NEW YORK CITY!!!!
Mon dieux!

Unknown said...

This morning I dropped friends off at the train station, to spend 3 daaaaze seeing shows, museums,& those wonderfully creative window displays, in New Yaaaawk City.
I'm envious; but thanks as usual, Carol, for your first-hand second- hand visit, via PB.

Bronwyn said...

Oooh, I love the carriages and the steamer trunks. THank you!

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Karen in VA (was CT) said...

... oh LOVED the post today .. and the video, very cute ...

Art Matters said...

Such attention to detail! Thanks for the great blog.

Anne Corrons said...

I'm a big fan of Bergdorf's windows! Amazing!

Bill said...

I always thought mice make good coachmen, but it looks like I need to switch to monkeys.

Nikon said...

Very beautiful and creative works -it reminds me of something that Terry Gilliam might do!

Parisbreakfasts said...

Oh Bill!
Mice went out long ago with Cinderella
Get with the new Millenium Hon!

sillygirl said...

What wonderful eye candy - and your photography shows it very well!

Fifi Flowers said...

FABuLOUS windows!!! Hope all is well with you and the new year is WONDERFUL for YOU... ENJOY! Fifi

Love said...

Great photos and I really want to visit Bergorf Goodman store someday.
I love the place and all the fashion display.

xoxo
Love