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Windows of Choice

NY Fashion Week ended a week ago and I thought I’d pay homage by honoring the best-dressed windows in the city. The windows of Bergdorf Goodman have always held the highest appeal in my book. If I am slightly in the vicinity, I will veer over to 5th and 58th dragging anyone in my presence. From art openings to historical moments, Bergdorf Goodman’s windows chronicle the events of our times with elegance, thoughtfulness and an artful style. (I didn’t even touch upon the holiday windows, that’s a whole other post. 🙂 ) Above images Beth Horta for Sweet Sabelle.Famed New York Times Street Style fashion photographer Bill Cunningham capturing a Bergdorf window, found on the Bergdorf Goodman blog 5th at 58th.Two books available on the windows of Bergdorf Goodman. “Dreams Through the Glass,” below, by renowned Bergdorf Goodman window creator, Linda Fargo.

David Hoey and Linda Fargo, the designers of Bergdorf Goodman’s windows, in Douglas Quenqua’s November 3, 2010 New York Times article titled, ‘Window-Dressing Warriors,’ photo by Ruth Fremson/The New York Times.

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6 thoughts on “Windows of Choice

  1. Fabulous post! I love the window displays there, magnificent!

  2. Love this. Like visiting NY without leaving my house 🙂

  3. Love, love, love the windows at Bergdorfs! Thanks so much for sharing.

  4. botanicart on said:

    Thanks for posting. I miss those BG Window Displays!!!! Love them all. 🙂

  5. My pleasure, they are always an inspiration!

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