Faux foliage was coated in glass glitter and flocking snow for a snow-covered effect.
The company sent each store clear, plexiglass rods that were sanded to look "frosted." The faux foliage was then attached to the bottom of each rod with fishing line and hot glue.
The first installation was on a wider scale and had more space between the rod heights and the track depth.
It was later adjusted to be more condensed in width and depth, with an added element in the front to draw the eye down toward the mannequins.
The 2-dimensional foliage pieces were projected onto foam core, cut, drawn in more detail with permanent markers, then flocked with snow.
The backdrop was painted with a layer of black, then overlayed with a layer of navy paint, followed by gestural hand-painted snowflakes in different sizes.
A 2-D gold frame was added to the left side of the window around the mannequins, and a gold-leafed element was adhered to the right side of the window for balance. The addition of 2D pieces in the background and painted elements in the foreground happened in progression.
The first installation of the window was grounded in white, snowy layers. It was later updated to include a few red berries and silver leaf on the 2D foliage for added dimension, and wrapped gifts in the snow for added color.
Toward the end of the holiday season, "sale" text was painted to highlight winter promotions.