Christmas is a special time in New York City. Although overrun with tourists flocking to see the famous Rockefeller Center Christmas tree, it’s difficult not to get caught up in the spirit of the holiday season. From street signs to souvenir shops, stores on Fifth Avenue didn’t spare any expense in welcoming the holiday season.
Burberry‘s windows were filled with large gold ornaments. (Hey look, there’s my reflection!)
While Miu Miu‘s windows displayed ornate holiday scenes.
Nutcrackers stood guard outside the St. Regis Hotel.
The Peninsula Hotel added carousel horses to its Christmas decorations.
Lord and Taylor celebrated the 75th anniversary of its famous holiday window displays with an interactive Santa’s workshop and life-size snow globes.
In addition to the several large snow globes, Lord and Taylor displayed classic intricate Christmas scenes.
While Salvatore Ferragamo‘s window displays weren’t overly impressive…
…it was difficult not to notice these fantastic sparkly Ferragamo stilettos!
Saks Fifth Avenue is famous for its holiday windows. Tourists line up around the corner each season for a chance to view the Christmas magic.
Rockefeller Center is home to the most iconic of Christmas decorations – its famous Christmas tree.
There is never a shortage of people making their way into Rockefeller Center during Christmas season in an attempt to catch a glimpse of the famous nutcrackers, skating rink and Christmas angels.
Fendi wrapped its entire store with massive B Belts!
It’s no surprise Harry Winston bejeweled its entire shop.
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