JCK Special Report: Haute Holiday Windows

 

This article originally ran in the August issue of JCK. 

 

You don’t have to live near New York to know how to decorate your holiday windows just like a swanky Manhattan jeweler. JCK has secured images of 2008 holiday window displays from some of the top names in jewelry. May these delight and inspire you to create your own elegant versions in the upcoming season of joy.

 

Tiffany & Co. 2008 holiday window.Tiffany & Co. 2008 holiday window.

Retailer: Tiffany & Co.

Location: Fifth Avenue, New York

Year: 2008 holiday season

Theme: Light, a symbol of the holiday spirit, optimism, and hope. Sunlight in the forest illuminates a magical white peacock draped in glittering diamonds, while a paper chandelier spotlights jewelry in a ballroom-like setting.

[photo credit]

Photo courtesy of Tiffany & Co.

 

Tiffany & Co. Under the Sea windows highlighting coral conservation.Tiffany & Co. Under the Sea windows highlighting coral conservation.
Retailer: Tiffany & Co.

Location: Fifth Avenue, New York

Year: 2009 spring season

Theme: “Under the Sea,” designed to raise awareness of the damage that coral harvesting inflicts on marine ecosystems. Scenes of the ocean floor feature coral shapes sculpted in resin and paired with jewelry.

[Photo credit]

Joe Schildhorn for Tiffany & Co.

 

Swarovski for Saks Fifth Avenue 2008 holiday window display.

Retailer: Swarovski for Saks Fifth Avenue

Location: New York

Year: 2008 holiday season

Theme: The holiday season, Crystallized.

[Photo Credit]

Photo courtesy of Swarovski and Saks Fifth Avenue

 

Cartier 2008 holiday window display.

Retailer: Cartier

Location: New York

Year: 2008 holiday season

Theme: The timeless elegance of Cartier. Plus, a window display celebrates the recent centennial celebration of the brand.

[Photo Credit]

Photo courtesy of Cartier

 

Think your window displays are just as beautiful, if not more so? Tell (and show) us. E-mail high-resolution JPEG images to JHeebner@reedbusiness.com. JCK will feature them in a future issue. 

 

Also check out our Retail Details blog for more windows that didn’t make the print issue.