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The windows at Bergdorf Goodman are chock full of transportation modes from the days of yore. Crisp vintage roller skates, a bunch of scooters, Aviator-style airplanes, and stuffed animals riding on wagons sit on display on the East 57th Street end of the store. Out of the two ready-to-wear windows, the more interesting of the two features mannequins and furniture, all on wheels, and all on a slightly disorienting slant. In the kids' window, rabbits, bears and a stuffed frog lead the parade of high-end childswear. And sitting quiet in comparison, a small Judith Leiber window continues the rolling motif with two small shopping carts acting as jewelry displays. Check out the above slideshow for more images and get inspired to maybe pick up a brand new pair of roller skates yourself.—Tiffany Yannetta
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