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Dolce & Gabbana Takes Over Harrods Christmas Windows for 2017 — As part of Harrods Christmas campaign this year, animated puppets, disco balls, and cuckoo clocks just make our inner child the happiest in the world.   

Renowned for its designer collaborations, Harrods is now looking further afield for its festive inspiration. This year’s windows give Londoners an inside look at the fabulous lives of the world famous designers Dolce & Gabbana to bring shoppers a glimpse into a traditional Italian Christmas. And Daily Design News invites you to take a first look at this beauty!

Each of the displays on Brompton Road and Hans Crescent will explore Christmas through the eyes of Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana, presenting an element of their own Christmas traditions as well as their latest collection.


«Domenico and Stefano take us through their festive Italian Christmas via the exciting window displays that they have created for Harrods. Our windows this Christmas will be alight with tradition, the love of family, and an all-around celebration of this special time of year with a hefty dose of fun and Italian spirit.» — Helen David, Harrods Chief Merchant

For this year’s holiday season, Dolce&Gabbana and Harrods tell a story of true love. During the next days, the luxury store will be transformed into a festive Italian atmosphere.

The unmistakable passion for Italy, for the hidden beauty that every town conserves with care and pride, for the landscapes, the people and the lights, the luminarie that sparkle at Harrods with a magic of their own, imbued with deep and authentic values, with devotion and respect for their origins.

Not only is this a story of light displays, it is one of Sicilian carretti, of flowers, of unique traditions and of a celebration of being bound by a feeling of shared experiences and coming together.

As part of the collaboration, Dolce & Gabbana have also taken over the store and shoppers can look forward to an Italian food market, luxury stocking filler pop.

Each of the 14 scenes also features the designer duo as Sicilian puppets – styling hair, making dinner and handing out gifts to their families. The windows will be on display until December 28.

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