Tiffany’s Magical Winter Window Display

Yes, it’s Christmas time and what better way celebrate the holiday season than to check out the creative window displays that have been popping up all over New York? We previously showed you Bergdorf Goodman’s wild windows and Sak’s 3D video projection and now it’s time we introduce you to Tiffany’s carousel creation currently on view at their Fifth Avenue flagship store.

Using nearby Central Park as its reference, Tiffany has managed to make a miniature wonderland anchored around a carousel theme. Tiffany’s did a great job drawing you in by featuring a three-dimensional representation of the carousel built out over the sidewalk. The carousel animals, including zebras, lions and giraffes, take off in the Christmas Eve sky to deliver holiday gems to girls and boys. Filled with exquisite jewels, this year's magnificent windows are unlike any other we’ve seen.

It all ties wonderfully together with their charming new children's book that tells the tale of a boy and his grandfather, who discover a secret carousel in Central Park. You can read/listen to that story here.

Photo Credit: Alice Yoo/My Modern Met and via Tiffany & Co

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Sexy French Farmers Pose for Shirtless 2017 Calendar

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Meticulous Landscape Paintings Beautifully Represent Intangible Emotional States

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