Wednesday, December 31, 2014


Anthropology Rockefeller Center and 54 other stores auction off the handmade birds in their holiday windows to benefit the Nature Conservancy

Another year circles around; New Year's Eve returns with a resurgence of rhetorical ruminating. In annual reflection, what can be counted as success and what will lead to new opportunities? Leading up to 2015, Anthropologie continues its charitable affiliation by auctioning the handmade birds in its holiday window displays. From December 29th to 31st, the public can bid on the winter birds featured in the windows of 55 stores--proceeds will benefit the Nature Conservancy. View details here and keep reading for a look at the Anthropologie Rockefeller Center windows...   

NYC Landmarks + birds -- Can you name them all?

200 birds with over 30,000 feathers comprise Anthropologie Rockefeller Center's "Birds of a Feather" holiday display. Created by master "Maker" Jeff Rubio, the impressive window installations secure second place in design:retail magazine's 15th annual Winning Windows picks for best NYC holiday windows [details here]. What have been the most memorable windows you've seen this year? 

 Red + Wreath

 Handmade exotic birds

Birds of a feather... 

 A purple palette + more NYC landmarks

Birdhouses FTW!

Anthropologie's handmade display birds are up for auction, click here to see participating stores

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