Each May our Fifth Avenue windows honor the MET’s highly anticipated spring Costume Institute exhibition exploring different avenues within the fashion industry and its wildly colorful history.
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We all know that Bergdorf Goodman is a Mecca for the shoe-obsessed. And no one taps into obsession quite like Christian Louboutin—his devotees see red everywhere they look. Louboutin is celebrating 20 years of thrilling shoes, with everything from a shoe-signing to a 20th Anniversary capsule collection commemorating favorite designs of seasons past.
Tom Ford is coming to Bergdorf Goodman, and clearly we cannot handle it. But in a good way: we’re giddy to the ground with excitement; dancing in our white lace, posing in our degrade Kidassia, fainting in a cocktail of crystals… or at least that’s what David Hoey and our windows team would like you to think.
Fashion Week has begun, and our Fifth Avenue windows are host to a colorful explosion of multihued excitement. Featuring installations by New York artist Jason Hackenwerth, our windows glow with an eerie alien presence that complement bold Ready-to-Wear pieces that drift between chic Bohemia and a prismatic universe inspired by Spring’s tribute to Yves Saint Laurent’s dramatic colorways.
On the 5th Avenue side the windows had a street/pop art kind of style painted with airbrush stencils. Knoth’s photograph presents a dark mood with the reflection of the building and American flag at the top left corner of the picture. It’s eery how the building seems to fade away revealing the diamonds and the mannequin well centered within the motif.