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This Spring of 2014 Art is the muse for department store Bergdorf Goodman. Kicking off New York Fashion Week in collaboration with Brooklyn-based Grey Area, featuring ten artists for ten spaces.

The top carefully-assembled sculpture window is from Christopher Astley’s (accompanied by Dries Van Noten and evening frocks from new-to-BG Rafael Cennam.

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best-window-displays_bergdorf-goodman_2014_spring_art-matters_02 Kristin Cammermeyer visited the Long Island City warehouse and created a larger-than-life Fifth Avenue installation using pieces found in our outer-borough address.

best-window-displays_bergdorf-goodman_2014_spring_art-matters_03 Kasper Sonne’s partially burned canvas.

best-window-displays_bergdorf-goodman_2014_spring_art-matters_04 Adam Parker Smith carefully crated three-dimensional wallpaper using objects such as butterflies, toy food and plastic necklaces.

best-window-displays_bergdorf-goodman_2014_spring_art-matters_05 Lionel Esteve’s hand-crafted the snakes.

best-window-displays_bergdorf-goodman_2014_spring_art-matters_06 Peter D. Gerakaris created the Mixed Media Installation with Origami Sculpture: Rappaccini Origami Terrarium.

best-window-displays_bergdorf-goodman_2014_spring_art-matters_07 Laura Wass created oil-slick hued headpieces and geodesic sculptures to complement looks from Tom Ford, Lanvin and Dior.

best-window-displays_bergdorf-goodman_2014_spring_art-matters_08 California-based Mattia Biagi created a larger-than-life tar-covered teddy bear to share a Fifth Avenue window with J.Mendel, Erdem and Proenza Schouler.

Source: Bergdorf Goodman blog

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