I was a tourist in Manhattan the other day. I checked out the windows at Bergdorf's to see what magical vignettes they put together this year for the holidays. I am always dazzled and like a child, want to stand right in front of them and stare—study them like you can a piece of art in a museum. This time of year, with the crowds, there is limited viewing time though. I didn't want to be rude so I owed and awed and moved on. I did ask Ashley to photograph one minute detail in one of the windows for me though. An open book with paper trees growing from the pages, so great and so Lewis Carroll.
Some more photos from others here, here, and here. It's amazing what each person decides to capture. Definitely worth seeing in person, photos just don't do the windows justice.