Bergdorf has some nice windows assembled which combine 60′s and 70′s art with thriftstore purchases. The background is wall-to-wall, but the mannequins manage to stand out from the visual busy-ness. Still, I was the only person on the sidewalk who had stopped to admire the artistry.
Posts Tagged ‘57th st’
The mysteries of the ancient cookie-sculpture… how did those gingerbread men of yore construct this engineering marvel? And the hat? What the… ? Go see this and other creations at the Parker Meridien. They were made for a good cause; cast your vote!
Renowned Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama is in Louis Vuitton’s window at Fifth Avenue and 57th Street. She looks real, though her hair purposely doesn’t. (Madame Tussaud’s could learn a few things from this tableau.) Kusama’s currently having a retrospective at the Whitney, and it’s sponsored by a luggage maker with the initials “LV.”