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In The Window: How Crafty Of Bergdorf Goodman

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Bergdorf Goodman was obviously pretty influenced by Karl Lagerfeld's Chanel Fall/Winter 2009 show back in Paris, which prominently featured works of art constructed from plain white paper. Their windows, sporting mannequins in Gucci, Marc Jacobs, Prada, Naeem Khan, Marni and Chloe, are backed by such props as giant shears made of paper, a giant telephone made of paper, and giant ribbons made guessed it...paper.

There even looks to be some balsa wood snuck in there? We mean, a lobster than giant and pink can't survive simply on the strength of glue sticks. In any case, enjoy them before they get taken down in favor of more Fashion's Night Out-appropriate windows.
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