Christmas Window Displays 2010

I always love a good Christmas window display. They are creative, fun to look at, and speak volumes about the store behind them. Have you seen any great ones while out and about lately? Which ones are your favorites? Here are a few of my favorites I've seen recently on the web for the 2010 holiday season.

First up and above, the simple yet elegant paper cutouts from this Chanel window in Zurich are just beautiful! (photo by anjoyplanet)

These Fendi lights on 5th Avenue look sparklingly stunning. (photo from NYC loves NYC)

Nicole Farhi teamed up with talented paper sculptor Su Blackwell to create their magical paper creation windows. (photos from here) I also thought that Su may have done or consulted on the Tiffany & Co. windows, but I was unfortunately mistaken. You'll have to read this to find out more.

These sweet Louis Vuitton illuminated lanterns seem like they would be especially brilliant in person. (photos from here)

Conran Shop

The Conran Shop went resourceful and recycled unwanted wood to create clever trees for their windows. Cool! (photo from here)

I also have one more post coming up of a store that blows me away with their creativity in terms of window displays... any guesses? Stay tuned.


imperfectly natural mama said...

Ooooh I adore the doily one.

Amy said...

The LV here in Paris has the same display. love it!

LenoreNeverM♡re said...

Love all the window displays, especially during Christmas!
I was in paris 2 weeks ago, feel free to check out my pics of the Hermes Paris window display; posted not so long ago!

Sweet Freak said...

Ooh... you picked some *great* ones! I especially love Chanel, Fendi & The Conran Shop. Here in Paris, Hermes and Lanvin have been the best.

Anonymous said...

The Chanel trees are beautiful! I'm totally going to make miniature versions of those as table center pieces!
- Vanessa Elizabeth

Jessica @ Lavender and Lilies said...

I love the paper sculptures!

Stacey H said...

Love these displays! I actually used a display as my tree inspiration this year.

Mink Boutique said...

These are so inspiring! Thanks for sharing.

We filled our store's windows with 3-dimensional paper snowflakes and then went a little crazy and filled the whole store with them. It feels quite merry, even if we're having a rainy Christmas instead of a snowy one in Portland.

Edwina said...

You must be speaking of the Bergdorf Goodman holiday windows. They are magnificent!

anjoyplanet said...

Thank you very much for choosing my photo from CHANEL CHRISTMAS Window in Zurich ;-) I really appreciate your blog and will follow you ;-)
Happy Twittmas !!!

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