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When Tiffany & Co. goes home for the holidays, you can bet that abode is a whimsical Upper East Side brownstone. This year's windows set that very scene, with images that include a Tiffany's box wrapped up on a stoop, an elaborate Christmas tree decked out by a spiral staircase, and a snowscape visible through a floor-to-ceiling apartment window.
Richard Moore, the brand's VP of creative visual merchandise, explains the warm and fuzzies: "Each window reveals a glimpse into the precious moments families celebrate during the holiday season, with love and romance." And yes, in some households, those moments do include the giving of very expensive gifts.
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