Bergdorf Goodman is playing gallery to a dazzling exhibit of satirical art by pop artist Kristin Simmons featuring playful, glittery veneer and Bergdorf Goodman-inspired artworks that "cheekily skewers underlying societal themes." The exhibit is made up of dozens of artworks using toys, games, treats, photo vignettes, sparkly baubles and more to create a "metaphorical sugar high" to encourage discovery and promote a sense of wonder. To find the multi-room exhibit, head up to the store's seventh floor, where you'll also find an arcade claw machine with lip-shaped pouches. One of them contains a "golden" ticket to win one of Simmons’ original artworks. It's just $2 to play. If risk isn't your thing, a limited-edition puzzle made in collaboration with Jiggy and featuring Kristin’s art is available for $75 and a catchall produced in collaboration with Prospect contains designs from Simmons’ own "Bad Habits" series of screen prints is available for $90. The price of original works on display ranges from $3,000-$60,000. A portion of all proceeds will benefit Free Arts NYC. "Obsessions & Confessions" is on at 754 5th Avenue from February 3 through March 20.