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Edward Granger’s colorful installations take over Hermès

I’m all for art in unexpected places, especially involving the almost forgotten (excluding the epic Bergdorf Goodman) art of window dressing. Many New York store windows once held designs by artists, including the likes of Duchamp to Dali. Colette Lumiere made a career out of it, and some brands are getting a clue and commissioning artists to mesh their work with store wares. Hermès’ get its, with their Vitrine D’Artiste program, which has taken over their 691 Madison Avenue store this summer with the colorful geometric work of Edward Granger. Until late August, catch Granger’s installations amidst coveted handbags in each of the stores windows for a free treat that adds to the allure of window shopping.
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