The Magic of NYC’s Holiday Windows Talk
Join Untapped New York’s Chief Experience Officer Justin Rivers for a look at the evolution of NYC’s extravagant department store window holiday displays!
- See some of the very first Holiday window displays ever created
- Learn about the secret devices invented to make the windows look more magical
- Wonder at some of history’s most beloved displays from the past
- Take a virtual photographic tour of the new 2023 Holiday windows
About the event:
Besides the lighting of the Rockefeller Christmas Tree there is no holiday tradition more New York City than strolling down 5th Avenue and admiring the amazing Holiday window displays. From Macy’s to Saks and the now lost Lord and Taylor’s, these windows have inspired holiday joy for over a century. Join Chief Experience Justin Rivers as he explains the history of these long beloved windows and takes you on a virtual tour of this year’s stunning offerings with photos provided by Insider Robyn Roth-Moise. This is a perfect way to see this year’s windows without leaving your home.
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