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It’s rare that I’m overly excited to see an new film, but I literally cannot wait until my night off to go see Crimson Peak. The new film by Guillermo del Toro was released this week, and Bergdorf Goodman’s NYC location at 5th Ave at 58th Street dressed their windows in a stunning homage to the film. Using original props and set pieces, the BG design team incorporated costume designs into the window dressings, recreating the gothic romance of the film.
The design team was led by David Hoey, senior designer of visual presentation, and designer Douglas Little. More images at the BG Blog.