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Eat, Drink – and be Bold, Part IV

The final installment of VMSD’s annual holiday windows recap




Click here for Part I of the holiday windows recap

Click here for Part II

Click here for Part III.

Eat, Drink – and be Bold, Part IV
Butch Blum, Seattle
"Holiday Windows 2018"
Colin Agostini, Independent Designer
Photography: David Matsudaira, Seattle
Eat, Drink – and be Bold, Part IV
Primark, Boston
"Primark Holiday Window — Boston"
Primark Brand Team: Julia Rosenthal, Victoria Eary, James White
Photography: Melissa Ostrow, Boston
Eat, Drink – and be Bold, Part IV
Saks Fifth Avenue, New York
"Theater of Dreams"
Denis Frenette, Senior VP, Merchandise Presentation; Raylin Diaz, Visual Windows Director
Photography: Luis Guillen, New York
Eat, Drink – and be Bold, Part IV
New Yaohan, Macau, China
"A Tale of Christmas"
New Yaohan VM Team: Kenneth Yim, Designer Manager; Ellie Kwok Senior Visual Merchandiser
Photography: Louie Lau, Macau, China
Eat, Drink – and be Bold, Part IV
Woolworths South Africa, Cape Town, South Africa
"Gifting Window"
Christan Boshoff, Creative Director, VM; Lezille Hendricks – Production Lead; Dior Green – Creative Manager
Photography: Christan Boshoff, Cape Town, South Africa
Eat, Drink – and be Bold, Part IV
Woodstock Market, Acworth, Ga.
"Rudolph & the Island of Misfit Toys"
Karen Bennett, Owner; Cecile Steinway, Head Painter & Carver; Lisa Welty, Assistant Painter; Pat Welty, Assistant Painter; Logan Ahrens, Motors & Fabrication; Amy Ahrens, Prop Assistant; Liz Borgschulte, Assistant Painter
Photography: Karen Bennett, Acworth, Ga.
Eat, Drink – and be Bold, Part IV
The World of Disney, Anaheim, Calif. & Orlando, Fla.
"The World of Disney Holiday Windows"
Joe Higham, Retail Creative Design Manage
Photography: Miguel Cervantes

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