The other day I made a stop by one of the most underrated shops in NYC… R by 45rpm SoHo. Filled with sand gardens, zen fountains, old wooden floors and smelling of incense; an amazing store where the majority of the items are handmade in Japan. This Valentines Day R by 45rpm SoHo has decided … Continue reading
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
Tiffany & Co. 2011 Windows: A for Always, E for Embrace, R for Romance, T for Tiffany…
You know during the time where if you needed to send a mail to somebody you would attach the letter to a bird and it would go to its destination? What I want to know is how does it know where to go? I stopped by this such a super cute & tiny place! Love … Continue reading
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
A large window shape like a grain of rice, several flat screen monitors playing pudding animations, funny signs, curved walls. The seating area is pretty narrow, consisting of illuminated plastic orange and white tables and a continuous seat that runs along the wall. It’s like an ice cream place, but instead of ice cream they … 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
Another Anthropologie window with a miniature snow covered hill dotted with trees and little mushrooms, dinner table, Christmas lights, fabric covered stove, little couch, popcorn, games ready for the mice family!
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.
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.