Around the world, department stores celebrate the holiday season

This year, department stores appeal to the fashion industry and large fashion houses to fulfill both big and small consumers' desires.
Firstly, starting with Paris and the Boulevard Hausmann where we find two highly coveted department stores, Les Galeries Lafayette and Le Printemps, which light up for the holiday periods and where the window displays become the lively spectacle.for the potential buyers. Louis Vuitton settles in Galeries Lafayette and in the middle of the majorettes and animals we can find the famous trunks and other accessories. As for Printemps, the Dior fashion house and its savoir-faire are put forward. The rising curtain becomes a spectacle and Marion Cotillard, the face of the house, has eyes that sparkle. The puppets come alive, wearing miniature clothes specially made by the ateliers of the house of those from the Dior collections
At Le Bon Marché, gold is at the heart of the window displays where the famous monuments of Paris take on new dimensions and open like musical boxes, including of course the latest products in vogue. In London and New York, they have invested in real films celebrating the festive season. Harrods stages princesses in couture dresses created especially for the occasion that you can of course find in the shops. The same goes for Barneys who joins forces with Disney and delivers a cartoon where fashion players, from Anna Wintour, Emmanuelle Alt, Alber Elbaz to Nicolas Ghèsquière play their own roles and prepare an unforgettable fashion show with Goofy, Daisy and of course Minnie, star guests. Once again, this film serves to highlight the unique pieces sold during the holiday period only at Barneys.


Music free of right / Bandit &Nikit 2012

Interview
Marion Cotillard : It's quite touching to see the all the Dior creations gathered together, with all the designers who have worked for this fashion house and who brought it to life ... All these creations are combined with the obvious magic of the window displays.

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