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Holiday Windows 2014

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This year’s holiday windows embraced sensory merchandising and featured elements from customer interaction points to live performances. Browse the annual recap in the February 2015 issue of VMSD and be sure to check out parts I-V of this holiday windows recap on vmsd.com.

1) Ann Taylor, New York. These displays were inspired by the sparkle and excitement of the holiday season. Design: Corrin Turner, assistant manager of creative services; Matthew Orbach, senior manager of creative services. Photography: Danielle Heard, New York

2) Tiffany & Co., New York. These animated vignettes depicted retro-styled cityscape scenes that highlighted its jewelry collections. Design: Richard Moore, vp, creative visual merchandising. Photography: Ricky Zehavi, New York

3) Hudson’s Bay, Toronto. Going along with the theme “House of Curiosities,” these displays feature an interior “fantasy story.” Design: Ana Fernandes, national creative director; Denis Frenette, senior vp, merchandise presentation, Hudson’s Bay & Lord and Taylor. Photography: James Doiron, Toronto

4) Aino Living, Petaling Jaya, Malaysia. Design: Harriet Holmberg, commercial manager; Tong Kok Ying, senior store designer, head of visual merchandising; Haida, store visual merchandiser; Nadirah, store visual merchandiser; Sundra, graphic design. Photography: Tong Kok Ying, Malaysia.

5) Simon Pearce, Hanover, N.H. Maple plywood shadowboxes sit atop steel bases and house this retailer’s “finest gifts of the season.” Each shadowbox design varied. Design: Kathy Marshall, creative integration manager. Photography: Kathy Marshall, Windsor, Vermont

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6) Ethan Allen, Toronto. This window celebrates the spirit of gathering at Christmastime by showcasing products from this retailer. Design: Jennifer Hodge. Photography: Jennifer Hodge, Toronto

Click here for Part I.
Click here for Part II.
Click here for Part III.
Click here for Part IV.
Click here for Part V.

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