Martha Wash performs live at the Bloomingdale’s 59th Street location in NYC. (Photo: Getty Images)
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas at the famed Bloomingdale’s 59 Street department store in NYC as their holiday 2011 window displays were officially unveiled this week. Friends from all over joined the magical festivities featuring live performances from legendary vocalist Martha Wash and others.
This year’s holiday displays are intended to bring what wille eventually end up in our Bloomingdale’s shopping bags to life. So every time you walk past one, it’s a reminder to save those coins and pinch those pennies before Christmas gets here so you can enjoy it, too!
Check out photos from the celebration to find out who else participated and what Santa might have in store for you at your nearest Bloomingdale’s.
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