Saks Fifth Avenue: A mandatory stop to shop – New York Design Agenda
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Saks Fifth Avenue: A mandatory stop to shop

Saks Fifth Avenue is one of the greatest stores in NY. The business was founded by Andrew Saks in 1867. In 1902 was incorporated in New York as Saks & Company. After the dead of the father of Saks, the business went to his cousin, Horace Saks, that opened the store in the Fifth Avenue in 1924.
Today this is one of the mandatory stops in the city. The store has 16 windows that are full of glamour and luxury stuff. I decided to write about one of that windows, that has the Koket, an american luxury furniture brand, as its protagonist.

 

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And there are some other examples of beautiful windows of this store:

 

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