WindowsWear Announces Award-Winning Windows

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Each year, WindowsWear photographs more than 25,000 window displays from around the world, and thousands of people voted for their favorite windows online for 36 different categories.  An an event hosted in New York by Simon Doonan, Creative Ambassador-at-Large at Barneys New York, WindowsWear announced its 2017 winners in numerous categories.

Below, a few of our favorites. To view all the amazing winners, click here.

 Christian Louboutin, London, October 2017
Hello, Shoes there? Oh it’s just Christian Louboutin with a whimsically colorful display, thanks for calling!

Marc Jacobs, New York, June 2017
We love a parade almost as much as we love Marc Jacobs’ playful rainbow “Equali-T shirts” collection in this jubilant Pride window.

Kate Spade, New York, April 2017
Kate Spade’s dessert blooms and southwestern mirage took us far away to endless summer.

 

Loro Piana, New York, April 2017
The fluttering of wings and cascading of blooms can only mean it’s spring time at Loro Piana.

Coach, New York, October 2017
Autumnal hues, textured wears, and a fun display of florals in October made us ‘Fall’ for Coach.

Harrods, London, November 2017
Landing in London last December, Dolce & Gabbana’s whimsical Christmas collaboration for Harrods made for a Jolly old holiday celebration.

Gucci, Milan, July 2017
a soft pink boudoir proves to be a perfect setting for the fun feminine wears in this Gucci window.

Hermès, New York, May 2017
This year Hermes served us a refreshing cool glass of orange perfection.

Max Mara, Paris, September 2017
Max Mara painted the town red in this bright and lively window.

Tory Burch, New York, January 2017
Hypnotic and full of flair, we’re a fan of this purple creation from Tory Burch.

Ralph Lauren, New York, February 2017
The flora and fauna of rich green vines at Ralph Lauren wrapped around us and immediately grabbed our attention.

 Dolce & Gabbana, Milan, January 2017
Dolce & Gabbana proves that all that glitters is in fact gold.

 

Harvey Nichols, London, June 2017
An aerodynamic dream, Harvey Nichols really ‘blue’ us away

Selfridges & Co., London, January 2017
Black leather, 1970’s punk inspiration, wild in the streets, London calling indeed.

Bloomingdale’s, New York, November 2017
A street-side window installation turned interactive red carpet karaoke extravaganza garnered all the applause.

Bergdorf Goodman, New York, August 2017
Beloved international Vogue darling Giovanna Battaglia Engelbert received her own ‘window of fame’ thanks to a tribute from Bergdorf Goodman.

Tiffany & Company, New York, January 2017
A charming city block, a proprietary Pantone 1837 blue skyline, a paper flight of fancy, Tiffany & Company’s window is a literal love letter to New York.

Dolce & Gabbana, New York, October 2017
Swatches of signature animal prints and florals surrounded by archival runway imagery are all inspiration and callbacks to DG heritage.

Fendi, New York, September 2017
A perfect pop of gleaming red and fantastically placed monogram, this bicycle built for two put the Fun in Fendi’s ‘Fun Fur’ insignia.

Louis Vuitton, Paris, October 2017
The ‘Master’ of luxury Louis Vuitton meets the ‘Master’ of 21 century pop art Jeff Koonz in the most wacky and unexpected collaboration of the year.

Fendi, Hong Kong, March 2017
The gorgeous work of German artist Anke Eilergerhard for Fendi was a tea party we all wanted an invitation to.

Michael Kors, New York, October 2017
Michael Kors focusing on a clever collaboration with Google made us give them the “time of day”.