Holiday Finery…

Holiday Window Wonderlands, NYC to Paris…

A tour of the magical holiday windows is an annual must.

Tavern on the Green

We commence our journey at Tavern on the Green in Central Park where we received a warm welcome.

Fifth Avenue

Nothing beats Fifth Avenue’s window dressing.

Bergdorf Goodman

As usual, Bergdorf Goodman is awarded First Place honors.

NY Historical Society

This year, the windows represent iconic NY institutions such as the NY Historical Society.

Museum of Natural History

A glittering salute to The Museum of Natural History.

NY Botanical Gardens

A colorful nod to the NY Botanical Garden.

NY Fashion

And, of course, Bergdorf’s flash of fashion bow to Manhattan.


Across the Avenue, Tiffany sparkles.

Henri Bendel

Henri Bendel is next.


Cartier represents holiday opulence with preening panthers accented by red velvet.

Dolce & Gabbana on 5th Avenue

Dolce & Gabbana showcases the holiday’s culinary grandeur.

Saks 5th Avenue
Saks Fifth Avenue Disney Holiday Windows

Saks is all about Disney.

Rockefeller Center

On to the iconic Rockefeller Center tree and rink whose majesty never disappoints.

NY Public Library

Even the lions guarding the NY Public Library are decked out in holiday style.

Lord & Taylor

Lord & Taylor brings out the kids in all of us.

Bryant Park

Bryant Park is another picturesque shopping and skating holiday haven.

Barneys NY

Barneys NY on Madison Avenue is quite altruistic, but not as clever as usual.

Time Warner Building at Columbus Circle

The Time Warner Building at Columbus Circle always makes the season colorful.

Printemps Designer Shoe Windows

While we are in the holiday spirit, here’s a snapshot of the Parisienne holiday windows where the department store, Printemps, was all about conspicuous designer consumption.

Who doesn’t love shoes!

Fendi Window

To close out the holiday tour, the elegance of the Galleries Lafayette main floor and rotunda.

Paris’ Galleries Lafayette



  1. Paula Lopez says:

    Thank you for a great tour!

  2. So fun to see!

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