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NYC Christmas Windows One holiday window trend that seems to get bigger every year: interactive displays. Many department stores had at least one interactive element in their windows, including Macy's, Lord & Taylor, Saks Fifth Avenue and Barneys. Macy’s Herald Square 151 West 34th Street between Sixth and Seventh Avenues As usual, Macy's has two different displays on view this year. On the 34th Street side is a revival of the store's Yes, Virginia, There Is a Santa Claus windows from years past. The brand-new windows are on Sixth Avenue and depict the holiday dreams of a young boy as he imagines a magical winter wonderland complete with animated snowfall, icy woodland creatures, fairies, glittery baubles and other fantastical elements. If you long to see the Miracle on 34th Street windows Macy's has featured in the past, you can check out parts of the display inside the store in the Santaland waiting area. Henri Bendel 712 Fifth Avenue at 56th Street Bendel's windows pay tribute to late caricaturist Al Hirschfeld. Check out his signature take on famous folk like Woody Allen, Whoopi Goldberg, Sarah Jessica Parker, Matthew Broderick, Liza Minnelli, Marilyn Monroe and others. Many of Hirschfeld's original drawings are on display inside the store and you can see even more of his work at The Line King's Library: Al Hirschfeld exhibit, which is on view at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts through Saturday, January 4, 2014. Lord & Taylor 424 Fifth Avenue at between 38th and 39th Streets Lord & Taylor's windows are all about old-fashioned, early 20th-century glamor this year. The displays combine black-and-white graphics of period cars, menus and advertisements with animated holiday scenes featuring Santa Claus, Christmas trees, shopping and sumptuous feasts. There are also two photo booth windows (one on Fifth Avenue, the other on 39th Street) where you can pose for a full-length picture and...