Christmas holiday windows make world sparkle


Where has this year gone?  Still can’t quite believe it’s Christmas in exactly ONE week (ahhhh!) and so on that note,we’ve compiled a round-up of the most stunning holiday window displays, from London to New York City:

Take a virtual tour of 18 of New York City’s most iconic holiday windows through Window Wonderland. Start walking at:



Harvey Nichols 

The drama of the Italian Renaissance has inspired the latest festive window display from Harvey Nichols  in London’s exclusive Knightsbridge. The luxury department chain has unveiled its intricate and theatrical Italian-themed offering at its flagship store.

The fashionable display is said to echo the drama of Italian opera and features 100,000 glittering ice-white balls used to build chandeliers, clouds and candelabras.



Harrods, London

In a first for Harrods, the luxury department store has partnered with Burberry to create its festive window displays. Entitled A Very British Fairy Tale, the windows on Brompton Road tell the story of two children on an enchanting adventure through a snow-swept English country house, complete with flying cars, floating bathtubs and secret passageways.


Bloomingdale’s, New York City

For this year’s theme, “Light,” Bloomingdale’s recruited eight visual artists to create one-of-a-kind chandeliers.


Bergdorf Goodman

Bergdorf Goodman celebrating 125 years on Fifth Avenue, the department store’s Destination Extraordinary display features dreamlike displays that transport visitors to different landscapes and verdant gardens. Jungle fever has never been this chic!


Henri Bendell

Artist James Goldcrown’s Love Wall features a four-story mural display of bleeding hearts, meant as a reminder to spread the love this holiday season. In this uncertain political climate, it’s a message of love and hope over division. It’s probably not a coincidence that the store is right opposite Trump Tower!


Fortnum & Mason, London

The upscale Piccadilly retailer’s “Together We’re Merrier” campaign is a decidedly bolder way to encourage holiday cheer: The theme explicitly acknowledges this year’s Brexit vote—a consequential move that will withdraw England from the European Union—but ultimately emphasizes the importance of togetherness and cordiality.


Galeries Lafayette, Paris

If there were an award for ingenuity, it would no doubt go to Paris’s Galeries Lafayette, where the “Arctic Christmas” holiday windows are filled with paper cutouts in the form of intricate, snip-snipped patterns and masterfully constructed origami.


Liberty, London

London’s Liberty department store has decided to go a little rogue this year: the Regent Street mainstay is removing the focus from its usual upscale offerings, instead emphasizing the magic and spirit of Christmas with window displays dedicated solely to “The Nutcracker,” as part of an exclusive new partnership with The Royal Ballet.


Lord & Taylor, New York City

You’ve got to give credit to Lord & Taylor, whose flagship windows—even after nearly eight decades in the business—never fall short of providing some stellar holiday cheer.


Macy’s, New York City

The retailer’s Herald Square flagship is offering up a kick of childhood nostalgia this year: Its theme, “Believe,” is a nod to those classic Christmas scenes, like Santa assembling gifts at the North Pole, that conjure up what Christmas meant to us as kids, and stresses qualities like ‘celebrate,’ ‘giving,’ and ‘love.’


Printemps, Paris

Over at Printemps, on the Boulevard Haussmann, it’s all about adventure. This year’s display tells the story of two fictional children, Jules and Violette, who find themselves inside the store after closing time on the night before Christmas.


Saks Fifth Avenue, New York City

The always-stylish Selfridges never disappoints with its holiday display.

Προετοιμαστείτε για την πανέμορφη βιτρίνα του Saks Fifth Avenue’s , η οποία απεικονίζει το περίφημο μπαλέτο “Καρυοθραύστης”.


Selfridges, London

The always-stylish Selfridges never disappoints with its holiday display.


Tiffany’s, New York City

Who doesn’t fantasize about a “Tiffany New York Christmas?”

This display is called “Make the World Sparkle” and it’s definitely reminiscent of the twinkle and shine of your favorite Tiffany’s jewelry!


Επιμέλεια άρθρου – styling: Αμαλία Παπαδοπούλου

Επιμέλεια – Paper pattern creator   : Μαρία Σουτζόγλου

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