The store is pronounced Mix-ee-pliz-ik (Inspired by a character in early Superman comics) A small shop that carries quirky yet practical home-décor goods and specialty gift items.
A brand new LED digital display for Disney Store brings the Magic back to NYC! On the walls are over sized line drawings of classic and contemporary Disney characters, wooden replicas of New York City skyscrapers. Toy Story, Cars, TRON Legacy sections, games, magic mirrors, The Princess Castle, The Beautiful digital cut-out trees, cyber-box for … 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
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 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.
Christmas trees decorated with Lucky 13 Dollys in a crazy unique gift store in NYC.
Cinderella lost one shoe… And she got the handsome prince. I wish you good luck 🙂