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We love to see it each year. From New York, London, Moscow and of course Singapore, these Christmas window displays are works of art, ever more inventive and surprising! Across the globe classic, over-the-top, extremely positive holiday displays are beaming good vibes out into the sidewalks and enchant bringing a little bit of much needed Christmas cheer! Here is a selection of our favourites.


In New York Bloomingdale’s cheeky message is ‘Eat, Sleep, Party and Repeat while Macy’s windows tell the story of Tiptoe , highlighting the important power of belief and the joy and wonder of the season. Bergdorf Goodman's windows are all under the theme of "The Present Moment," depicting joyful moments in which characters are, you guessed it, "in the moment."


Cartier spruced up their London store on Bond Street and has put on a dazzling display of red bows and twinkling lights. Wow, impressive! Harvey Nichols declares 'let there be light' this Christmas with vibrant and contrasting coloured windows. And Selfridges promised to make dreams come true with the unveiling of its new Christmas window display - by none other than Father Christmas himself.


TsUm, Moscow’s 113 year-old department store  takes us on a fantastic journey through Winter Wonderland with their stunning displays of fairy tales.



In Singapore, Tiffany & Co has dream like decorations, complete with purple tinged clouds, a giant gold moon and twinkly gold stars while the façade of the Dior boutique in Ion Orchard features a stunning embellishment in gold. Paragon shopping centre celebrates Christmas with a traditional Christmas tree with giant bells.

Christmas 2021 may again be different this year but these window displays are full of the festive spirit!

Wherever you are at this time of the year, Past Perfect wishes you a merry Christmas and a happy & healthy New Year.

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