LOS ANGELES — The display windows at Maxfield, a boutique on Robertson Boulevard here, depicted 36-inch chocolate bunnies at a gay wedding during the Easter season. At Patty Faye, which sells contemporary designs in the Silver Lake section, window mannequins were swathed in aluminum foil with a sign reading “Just foiling around.’’

In Los Angeles, epicenter of the car culture, store windows that are whimsical, political or daring are making a comeback that goes beyond the retail bastion of Wilshire Boulevard and Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills.

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