THE WINDOW WATCHER:

Bergdorf Goodman's Holiday Windows Are As Spectacular As Ever

SAMPLE CIRCUIT:

Looking To Next Week With J.Crew, Escada, Rag & Bone, Stella McCartney, Shipley & Halmos & Rodarte

SECOND THOUGHTS:

Atrium Wooster Makes A Holiday Window Adjustment

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Sometimes, irreverence can go just s little bit too far.
The folks at the recently re-dubbed Atruim Wooster at the corner of Bleecker Street and Broadway found out that NoHo might not be the best place to throw a snarky expletive in the middle of what should still be a cheery holiday display. Originally, the store's plate glass window held a word in between 'Happy' and 'Holidays' that normally gets excised from movies not rated R, and one that we generally don't use on our blog (click HERE for the original image). Either too many complaints poured in, or the management may have realized that what seemed ironic in its conception looked somewhat more mean-spirited in its execution. At any rate, the store has replaced the offending word with a space for the adjective of your choice, though we must note that for anyone who has spent many a holiday season working in retail, the original sentiment seems perfectly appropriate.

Seemed like a good idea at the time., Fill in the blank. Happy (adjective) Holidays. (Nickwooster.com)

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