WindowsWear

Things to do, Walks and tours
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Photograph courtesy WindowsWearWindowsWear walking tour: Macy's
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Photograph courtesy WindowsWearWindowsWear walking tour: Barneys
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Photograph courtesy WindowsWearWindowsWear walking tour: Bergdorf Goodman
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Photograph courtesy WindowsWearWindowsWear walking tour: Bloomingdale's
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Photograph courtesy WindowsWearWindowsWear walking tour: Lord & Taylor
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Photograph courtesy WindowsWearWindowsWear walking tour: Louis Vuitton
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Photograph courtesy WindowsWearWindowsWear walking tour: Saks Fifth Avenue

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Window-shopping went to a whole new level in November 2012 with the launch of WindowsWear, which catalogs the current displays of 500 retailers in cities like New York, Milan and Paris. The veneer-monitoring site offers an offline tour of Fifth Avenue’s most impressive glass facades: Over two hours, you’ll check out stores like Barneys, Bergdorf Goodman and Saks Fifth Avenue, while hearing about the inspiration behind the constantly changing spectacles. Meet at Macy's Herald Square, 151 W 34th St at Broadway. Subway: B, D, F, M, N, Q, R to 34th St–Herald Sq.

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Event website: http://tours.windowswear.com
Event phone: 646-827-2288
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