Holiday season is swinging upon us and various retailers create artistic window displays to set their brand apart from the pack. To sparkle up the holiday season this year, New York’s popular retailer Bergdorf Goodman, renowned for its stunning window displays, has collaborated with Swarovski to showcase gorgeous crystal-studded Brilliant Holiday Windows 2015.
Paying tribute to Swarovski’s 120th anniversary, the windows are designed around the theme ‘Brilliant,’ which is meant to herald the opening of the store’s latest jewelry salons next month. The crystal-embedded windows exhibit a series of glittering, festive scenes from ‘Crown Jewels’ to ‘Crystal Ball.’ All these beautiful displays are custom designed by Libertine, CD Greene and Naeem Khan to form remarkable displays for the shopping season.
In the pictures you can see various eye-catching exhibits: one manifestation depicts a fortune teller trying to find out client’s future and a bejeweled wheel is spinning behind them. On the other display, you can see mannequins dancing probably to some peppy song at a party. Likewise, other attractive scenes are also represented very creatively with fine detailing.
Moreover, Bergdorf Goodman has even launched a social contest on Instagram with “The Crown Jewels” window, asking consumers to guess how many Swarovski crystals were used to bring the pane to life. Consumers have only one day to enter, and $1,000 gift card will be presented to the person with closest assumption.
Not only in New York, but Swarovski has also teamed up with other well-known brands as well in different countries including Dubai, Hong Kong, etc. Swarovski’s Brilliant Window displays are certainly the most luxuriously stylish and sparkly way to get into the seasonal spirit.
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