If all goes according to plan, all seven outposts of Barneys New York will have shuttered by February (if not earlier). And while there's barely even a sale at the moment, there's already one tell tale sign that the department store isn't what it used to be: The store windows are filled with identical, standard-issue store-closing signs, sans any of the signature cheekiness that stuck around even after the bankruptcy announcement, when they showcased slogans like "Barneys til I die" and "not closed." Of course, that's just one tiny example of how Barneys has long been a singular participant in the pageantry of themed store windows, whether holiday-centric—like a 1994 nativity scene made out of duct tape—or otherwise, like a 2005 setup starring Prince Harry sitting on a toilet and a shirtless Prince Charles taking a bath. Take a look back at some of their finest creations, dreamed up by its window dresser-in-chief, Simon Doonan, here.
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