Macy’s Flower Show

April 20th, 2011 by retail design blog

FLOWER POWER

For two weeks in March, Macy’s becomes „ the largest garden in existence” with the Brodway windows and the entire street level of the store transformed. This yearly event -now in its  35th year – is a year long projekt that culminates in March , fresh and in full bloom. We are plased to show here scenes of the 34th Flower Show.
There were eleven speciality gardens on the main floor including; „ Royal Purple”, „Cherry Hill” „Miniatures” and „ Spanish Gardens”

The visual floral bedecked voyage starts with a Marie Antoinette of the late 18th century in her rose smothered hooped skirt and towering pink cotton candy coiffeur standing in a royal garden.

The Chic and Shapely 50s

the Mod Days of the 60s

the Disco-fied of 70s

the Glamorous 80s

MACY’S, Herald Square, New York, NY

DIRECTOR OF WINDOW DISPLAYS: Paul Olzewski
STORE WINDOWS No.17.

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