NEW YORK — What do Miss Piggy, the Mouse King, Cher, Sleeping Beauty and Christy Turlington have in common? The holidays — and particularly the togetherness of New York retailer’s Yuletide windows.
Stores may be approaching the holiday selling season with trepidation, but they’ve lavished as much money as in the past on their windows in the hopes of beckoning shoppers inside. For some, the classics have provided the inspiration, while others have taken on more whimsical topics. The Christmas window-unveiling season kicks off tonight when Lord & Taylor and Saks Fifth Avenue reveal their designs. Other stores will follow over the next two weeks.
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