How to Celebrate Chinese New Year? Although it is always in January or February, the Chinese New Year does not fall on the same date each year. This year Chinese New Year is on February 3, 2011. It is the year of the Rabbit. 1. Research Chinese New Year 2. Clean your home in time … Continue reading
Dear Editor, I am 8 years old. Some of my little friends say there is no Santa Claus. Papa says if you see it in the sun, it’s so. Please tell me the truth, is there a Santa Claus? Macy’s says: Yes, Virginia, There is a Santa Claus! A million reasons to Belive! Each window … Continue reading
I love the cold, industrial feel of these stainless steel bag collection on display. Hand-crafted by Wendy Stevens.
Everything you see is a mirror: the walls, the ceiling, even the floor. To add to the complexity of the space, they added three pivoting mirror mobiles to reflect the surface in each window.
Cut-out tree farm, taped snowy windows… And small snow dunes made from baking paper and felted ornaments.
Holiday Window Displays of Levi’s on Lexington Avenue has a bit of holiday cheer. Decked out with framed old-fashioned landscape paintings and snow covered cut-out trees and a snowman can give a sense of a winter wonderland.
Lexington Avenue Bloomingdale’s windows feature more than 100 digital signage displays of various sizes arranged in a mosaic. An animation of a winter landscape is timed at different intervals across each screen ending with a word: hope, peace, merry, happy and joy superimposed over the background.
The Sabon, which means soap in Hebrew, a small but growing Israeli-based chain of handmade, natural bath-product boutiques. The Soho located store is awesome, it reminds me of an antique shop with an Sabon Hand Washing Well experience. And the display decorated with amazing vintage items, cases, cabinets, bottles, glasses, letters… This place is just … Continue reading
The Scholastic Store is a must-see destination for kids of all ages. A unique space that elicits gasps and giggles from even the most sophisticated shoppers. Visit their window in the heart of Soho, New York.