Flying jellyfish/jesters: +3
Doll in a bowl with a huge cane and oversized lamp looking like he’s on the toilet: -3
This completely nonsensical scene: -1
The theme is “Disney Electric Holiday” which makes exactly zero percent sense: -5
One of the main windows is just Minnie Mouse checking herself out in a mirror: -3
Fashion personalities illustrated as Disney character, however, are awesome and I would like to know if I can get one: +5
Trendy yet blasé Goofy walking the runway in absurd menswear, though, is fairly amazing: +5
10. Bergdorf Goodman
Flapper theme is apropos of nothing, but well-executed nonetheless: +1
Weirdly skinny pink doll appears possessed: -2
Green doll appears generally creepy: -3
Somewhat charming scene of a family watching floats in a parade: +5
Cute mini escalators: +3
But wait, death escalator that leads to nowhere in the middle: -2
And for the tally!
Bergdorf Goodman: 13
Ultimately, Bergdorf’s excellent use of flying animals and beautiful vintage dresses put them on top. Barneys’ perplexing Disney collaboration, meanwhile, left them in last. Saks’ unexpected walrus at the theater redeemed an otherwise lackluster display, while Bloomingdales and Macys were both well-presented, but kind of “meh.”
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