Holiday Window Displays (Part 2): Dior & Printemps

Printemps

Inaugurated by the marvelous French actress Marion Cotillard, the Dior Parisian-inspired window displays for Printemps are the essence of French glamour.

Watch this incredible video on the creation of the dolls, their clothes, and the window scenes. You can also watch the grand opening ceremony and ribbon-cutting for this year’s window displays at the French department store Printemps, as well as a mini interview with Marion Cotillard.

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Dior window display at Printemps

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Dior dolls – Printemps

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Dior scene

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Dior elegance

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Dior dolls at the ball

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Dior Ball

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Inspirations Parisiennes by Dior at Printemps

64, bd Haussmann
75009 Paris – France
Tél. : 01 42 82 50 00

2 thoughts on “Holiday Window Displays (Part 2): Dior & Printemps

  1. Lovely pics of the windows! Did you hear about the criticism claiming the Printemps and GalLaf windows were too geared towards a foreign shopper audience rather than a kid audience?!? What do you think???

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    • Thank you! First of all, LOVE the GalLaf abbreviation, ha! And no, I hadn’t heard about it but I can definitely see their point. They were absolutely beautiful displays but apart from the Disney side of GalLaf, it’s true; they weren’t exactly kid-friendly. Still exciting to see, though! I think I preferred Printemps’ displays this year. The Dior dolls were stunning! What about you?

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