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In the Window: Bergdorf Flips The Hitchcock Switch For Fall

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At Bergdorf Goodman, where the art of window display is a serious one, there is never a bad day. Replacing the Baltimore Museum series is some hardcore fall fashion, peppered with pieces from Herve Leger, Rag & Bone, and Diane von Furstenberg.

Occupying some singular windows however and fully owning the whole Hitchcockian theme are Helmut Lang, 3.1 Phillip Lim and good old golden boy Alexander Wang. There is lots of leather, an abundance of ass-kicking black, and some very sharp, dangling scissors which we imagine made it difficult for the window dressers. But all in all, some very rich imagery and spooky undertones on par with Alfred's film milieu.
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Alexander Wang

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