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In The Window: Vogue and The Whitney Go Moschino

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Moschino only celebrated the one year anniversary of their Meatpacking District arrival back in late August, and already we can't imagine West 14th Street without their artistic windows. Ever since day one, they've used their long storefront and the space between their door and the Apple store as makeshift gallery.

In the past, we've seen an ode to Dali and paper sculptures, but their current windows sport a full-on partnership with Vogue and The Whitney Museum.

The artist behind the window is Ryan Humphrey, and the official title of the work is "Darkness at Sunrise." The concept is based on the Autumn/Winter 2009-2010 collections, and in this the motorcycle and tough-chic look is very fitting. For more information on the collaboration check out the Whitney Contemporaries website.

At the same time, the shop's usual window displays their winter pieces, black dresses, jackets and coats completely decorated with safety pins. If only we could DIY with the best of em, we know what we'd be wearing to holiday parties.
· In The Window: Moschino's MePa House of Cards [Racked]
· In The Window: Moschino's Wilting Salute To Dali [Racked]

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