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Windows to the Future, Part III




Windows to the Future, Part III

Bloomingdale’s, New York

“Give Happy”
Bloomingdale’s Window Team
Photography: Tom Sibley, New York

Windows to the Future, Part III

Harney & Sons, New York

“The Snow Princess and the Magical Fireplace”
Polar Buranasatit, Window Display and VM Specialist, Studio Polarizer, New York
Photography: Polar Buranasatit, New York

Windows to the Future, Part III

New Yaohan, Macau, China

“Christmas Blocks”
New Yaohan VM Team
Photography: Louie Lau, Macau, China

Windows to the Future, Part III

Saks Fifth Avenue, New York

“This is How We Celebrate”
Saks Fifth Avenue
Photography: Courtesy of Luis Guillén for Saks

Windows to the Future, Part III

TSUM Kyiv, Kiev, Ukraine

“Happy Together”
Krystyna Yura
Photography: Courtesy of TSUM Kyiv, Kiev, Ukraine

Windows to the Future, Part III

American Girl Store, New York

“Give the Gift of WOW”
American Girl VM Team
Photography: Chris Miraglia, New York

Windows to the Future, Part III

Woolworths, Cape Town, South Africa

“Jungle Bells”
Christan Boshoff, Woolworths
Photography: Christan Boshoff, Cape Town, South Africa

Carly Hagedon is the Managing Editor of VMSD magazine. She is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati, where she studied Journalism—Magazine Writing and American history. She also currently serves as a board member for the Greater Cincinnati Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ).



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