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The Fabulous Holiday Windows of London, Paris, Berlin and New York City

The wintry décor season came early this year.
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New York City

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The New-York Historical Society-themed window at Bergdorf Goodman.CreditKarsten Moran for The New York Times

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A few last-minute adjustments are made to the New York Botanical Garden-inspired window by the Brooklyn-based fiber artists Burke and Pryde Studio before the unveiling at Bergdorf Goodman on Nov. 14.CreditKarsten Moran for The New York Times

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Bergdorf's Museum of the Moving Image-inspired window features an Art Deco silver screen motif. CreditKarsten Moran for The New York Times

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Bergdorf's New York Philharmonic-inspired window pulses as its musical-instrument-shaped neon lights radiate a red glow onto the Fifth Avenue sidewalk.CreditKarsten Moran for The New York Times

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A posse of Swarovski crystal-encrusted dinosaur "skeletons" encircle a figure in Bergdorf's American Museum of Natural History-themed window.CreditKarsten Moran for The New York Times

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Saks Fifth Avenue celebrated the unveiling of its 14 holiday windows themed to Disney's Snow White. They are animated, with a theatrical light show, including fireworks.CreditKarsten Moran for The New York Times

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Snow White is caught up in a vortex of autumn leaves at Saks.CreditKarsten Moran for The New York Times

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Three of the seven dwarves traverse a landscape inhabited by forest creatures as they rush to save Snow White, in a Saks window overlooking Fifth Avenue.CreditKarsten Moran for The New York Times

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Barneys New York's 2017 holiday windows, created in collaboration with the artists Simon and Nikolai Haas, feature a rainbow-glitter-covered Zebra representing "universal inclusion."CreditKarsten Moran for The New York Times

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The "mushroom singularity" window at Barneys is filled with creations made in collaboration with a group of 25 bead artists from Cape Town.CreditKarsten Moran for The New York Times

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Paris

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The Galeries Lafayette showcases are decorated for the winter holidays in Paris.CreditDmitry Kostyukov for The New York Times

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The Printemps store windows.CreditDmitry Kostyukov for The New York Times

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Printemps.CreditDmitry Kostyukov for The New York Times

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Le Bon Marché, Paris.CreditDmitry Kostyukov for The New York Times

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Le Bon Marche.CreditDmitry Kostyukov for The New York Times

Berlin

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A holiday window display at Kaufhaus des Westens, known as KaDeWe, in Berlin.CreditGordon Welters for The New York Times

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Kaufhaus des Westens.CreditGordon Welters for The New York Times

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Kaufhaus des Westens.CreditGordon Welters for The New York Times

London

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At Harrods in London, the holiday windows have a Dolce & Gabbana theme and are inspired by Sicilian puppet theater, complete with Domenico and Stefano puppets.CreditLauren Fleishman for The New York Times

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Harrods.CreditLauren Fleishman for The New York Times

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A festive window at Selfridges, London.CreditLauren Fleishman for The New York Times

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Selfridges.CreditLauren Fleishman for The New York Times

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Selfridges.CreditLauren Fleishman for The New York Times

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