This entry was posted on March 16, 2018, in
Design and tagged #pinkobsessed, candy, Dylan's Candy Bar, Gumball Machine, Gumballs, Pink Gumball Machine, Pink Gumballs, pink thing of the day, pink things, Store Window, things that are pink, window display.
Photos By Gail
When I’m out in the city window shopping, nothing attracts my attention like the sight of Neon, and
Pink Neon, especially. This Pink Neon silhouette of a reclining nude was spotted through the front window (which, as you can see, also features other attractive neon signage) of boutique on Bulletin Prince Street in SoHo. Find out more about at Bulletin . This Link
Bulletin is Located at 27 Prince Street in SoHo, NYC.
This entry was posted on November 3, 2017, in
Design and tagged #pinkobsessed, Broads, Bulletin, lighting, Neon Nude, Nude, nyc, pink neon, pink thing of the day, pink things, Prince Street, signage, Store Window, things that are pink.
Photo By Gail
Photographed on the west side of
Fifth Avenue somewhere between 17th and 19th Streets.
This entry was posted on August 11, 2017, in
Design and tagged All The Feels, Fifth Avenue, lighting, neon sign, pink neon, pink thing of the day, pink things, Store Window, things that are pink, word art.
Photo By Gail
Looking at this lovely display featuring bright, springlike colors makes me want to buy fancy underwear. Photographed at
Lingerie Shop, Located at Sugar Cookies 203 West 19th St, New York, NY.
This entry was posted on April 8, 2014, in
Design and tagged Blue, Bra and Panties, clothes, fashion, Lingerie, Mannequin, pink, Pink Spheres, Shop, Store, Store Window, Sugar Cookies, Underwear, West 19th Street, window display.
Photo By Gail, Ambiance By West 14th Street
Photograph of the Window Display at the
Moschino Boutique, located at 401 West 14th Street in Manhattan.
This entry was posted on November 28, 2013, in
Design and tagged 401 West 14th Street, clothes, Display, fashion, Giant Rose, Moschino, Rose, Store Window, storefront, window display.
Photographed by Gailon Howard Street Between Broadway and Lafayette, NYC.
The Sign Out Front Said that they sold that
Yoko Ono-Designed Menswear Line Inside, But They Were Lying!
This entry was posted on January 6, 2013, in
Art and tagged Broadway, Clothing Store, Display, Howard Street, Lafayette, Manequin, Menswear, shark, shark attack, Shark Attack Store Window Display, Store Window, storefront, window display, Yoko Ono.