Henri Bendel New York has partnered with the Brooklyn Museum to create storefront displays that evoke 1920s fashion. The main window has been tricked out to look like the department store's interior of 90 years ago, complete with mannequins wearing outfits inspired by actual Bendel designs from that era.
A mannequin raises her glass.
An interior staircase complete with this season's accessories.
A mannequin dressed in pearls and feathers gazes into a painting.
The in-store displays include vignettes of mannequins trying on accessories in their art deco finest.
The centerpiece of the in-store displays is a gilded tree, off of whose arms cascade bolts of metallic fabric. At its heart: a flapper kicks her legs up in enjoyment as she bathes in a champagne saucer.
Photo credits to Henri Bendel New York
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