Best 2019 Holiday Displays Around the World

The holiday season can truly feel magical with all of the stunning, bright lights around us. As a worldwide leader in the AV industry, we are always amazed to see how retailers stand out and draw customers in with spectacular holiday digital signage and light displays. Big cities call for big, beautiful displays! Here are some of our favorite dazzling retail storefronts for 2019.

Bloomingdale’s, New York City

New York City is home to many of the world’s most iconic neighborhoods, restaurants, and shops. This year the American luxury department store chain, Bloomingdale’s, themed its holiday window, “An Out of this World Holiday.” The billion dollar company chose to honor the 50th anniversary of the moon landing with extraterrestrial decorations.

Bloomingdale’s, New York City
Photo: Joe Schildhorn/BFA.com

Selfridges, London

Along with one-of-a-kind shopping, you can enjoy fairytale displays in all 13 of Selfridges’ store windows. The London store chose a non-traditional Christmas theme this year called, “Future Fantasy: A Christmas for Modern Times,” showcasing neon accents and chic chrome.

Selfridges, London
Photo: Selfridges

Galeries Lafayette, Paris

Upmarket French department store chain Galeries Lafayette, has transformed into a fantasy beehive this holiday season. The theme revolves around the many busy worker bees it takes to make the most beautiful gifts. With winter flowers and oversized lights surrounding the Queen Bee on a thrown, the details of this display are striking.

Galeries Lafayette, Paris
   Photo: Les Productions Biloba

KaDeWe, Berlin

Kaufhaus des Westens, (aka KaDeWe) is one of Europe’s biggest department stores, offering everything from luxury handbags to designer duds. For the 2019 holiday season, KaDeWe went for a larger-than-life display with its “Get Ready for Christmas” theme. Each window tells a story featuring huge, stylish nutcrackers backed by illuminated lights.

KaDeWe, Berlin
            Photo: Getty Images

Do you have a favorite holiday window display this year? Let us know in the comments!