|On a side glance this Julien MacDonald creation looks like an elaborate gown...|
For this year’s Bergdorf Goodman holiday window coverage I decided to show the 58th Street side of the store first and will cover the Fifth Avenue windows in the next post. I really liked that on the 58th Street side the focus was on solid color, one per window! I’m so glad they included white because I am convinced that no one does a window featuring white gowns as well as Bergdorf Goodman. The effect is always so lush and beautiful and this year’s rendition was no exception, even though it was very pared down.
|...but it’s actually an embroidered jumpsuit with a skirt overlay!|
|Amazing details and I love how the mirrors break them down into magnificent shards.|
|Love the juxtaposition of these two looks. Naeem Khan, left, Marchesa and J. Mendel, right.|
I particularly loved the feathered gown by Marchesa paired with a fur stole by J. Mendel. The gown seems more gray than white in these photos. I am crazy for it!
|Wouldn’t this Marchesa feathered gown be fun to wear on New Year’s Eve!|
|A sparkly red gown by Zac Posen with a stole by J. Mendel.|
The red window featured a gorgeous and shimmering huge ball gown by Zac Posen, also with a stole by J. Mendel, and jewelry by Kentshire. I would love to think some beautiful lady is actually going to wear this entire ensemble on New Year’s Eve. What a party that would be!
|A better shot of the stole, as well as the necklace, which is by Kentshire.|
|Bolero and gown by Oscar de la Renta.|
|This Versace gown with a coat by Cushnie et Ochs has an old Hollywood feel to it.|
The green window reminded me of an old Hollywood movie—something about the slink of the Versace gown paired with the big green fur coat, by Cushnie et Ochs, and jewelry by Kentshire, really had me thinking of a young Joan Crawford.
|What a combination!|
|I particularly loved this mannequin dressed head to toe in blue!|
Though the window with a blue dress in it didn’t feature the same kind of mirrored backdrop, since it is connected to the store’s entrance, I loved the look anyway. I forgot to get a picture of who made the dress, with its exquisite beading, but I’m guessing the stole is once again by J. Mendel. I loved the addition of a blue feathered hat and blue eyelashes! If you know who made the dress, let me know. I’m guessing it could be another Julien Macdonald.
|Love the beading on this dress.|
|I love the blue hat and that they even gave the mannequin blue eyelashes!|
I hope you are reveling in all the visual joy the month of December brings us. Let me know which of these gowns is your favorite!