Thanksgiving hasn’t quite happened yet but that’s not stopping major retailers from getting into the holiday spirit.
A stylized interpretation of The Grinch is the theme of this years holiday display at the Bloomingdale’s flagship on 59th Street. According to a representative of the store, the six holiday window displays represent what Whoville would look like if it was a neighborhood in Manhattan.
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We’re working on something major for our #Bloomies59 holiday windows. Stars #KenanThompson and @Cameron_Seely (of Illumination & Universal Pictures’ Dr. Seuss’ @grinchmovie) and violinist, dancer & singer @LindseyStirling will be stopping by tomorrow for the big reveal—come check it out! November 5, 6:30PM Lexington Ave./59th Street Windows . . . . . . . #HappyHolidays #HolidayWindows #TheGrinch #Bloomingdales #nyc
While The Grinch is often thought of as the meanie who stole Christmas, the idea behind the display is to reflect how he transforms from a grumpy loner into a loving creature. Sequins, sparkles, crystals and glitter have transformed the windows into something even the grouchiest of Grinches would fall in love with.
You can see the display up now at the Lexington Avenue and East 60th Street entrance.
Take a look below:
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