Posts Tagged ‘mannequins’

I’ve seen this somewhere before

October 26, 2012

The plungers, that is, used as wall decoration and background. The window decorators are counting that it’s new to many viewers, though. It’s not clear if the mannequins are having a purposeful conversation with their environment.


The welcome mat at Bergdorf’s

October 3, 2010

A mini mannequin, a.k.a., a Barbie, is carrying a tiny shopping bag and standing by a welcome mat. The larger mannequin looks like she’s just doing it for the paycheck. She’ll grudgingly let you in the store.

Lotsa heads, turning heads

August 2, 2010

Bergdorf Goodman has some outstanding old mannequin heads on display. They are all aloof, but in different ways. I think my favorite is the miniature in the middle; she seems surprised to be in with the others. (A store at Time Warner always has some mannequin heads up on a cabinet, should you miss these.)

Hold that pose

March 1, 2010

These antique mannequin heads are sitting atop a case at a make-up store at the Time Warner Center. The merchandise was so-so, but the heads, with their wistful, vacant stares, were stellar.

Kiddie mannequins

January 24, 2010

Child mannequins have a tendency to be creepier than adult ones. These Stepford juniors have the glassy stare down; the girl with the blue and white dress is practicing pushing the shopping cart.