DDI Magazine, sister publication of Contract, has named Anthropologie's Rockefeller Center store as the Platinum Award winner in the annual Winning Windows Manhattan holiday retail window competition, held last week at the A.R.E. exposition in New York City.
This year, Anthropologie’s windows were inspired by trees. A window of stacked pastel boxes features hundreds of trinkets and baubles, some adorned with vintage gift tags, beckoning visitors to peruse the goods inside.
At Rockefeller Center, one Anthropologie window features pinecones—real and handmade—cascading from a wintry bench decorated with colorful yarn. Other windows showcase various interpretations of pinecones, trees and branches, playing with scale and offering passersby a glimpse into a hidden world. View the other winning window displays at DDImagazine.com.
Additionally, the magazine also announced its selections for the top three Outstanding Showroom winners: B&N Industries (pop-up showroom space located within the 7W New York building), Circle Visual (located at 225 W. 37th St., 16th Floor) and Adel Rootstein Mannequins (located at 205 W. 19th St.). Read more at DDImagazine.com.