Sunday, November 17, 2019

Hudson's Bay Holiday Windows and Christmas Market 2019

Toronto's iconic Hudson's Bay introduced a new set of Holiday Windows for the 2019 Christmas season. The Queen Street West windows were unveiled on November 14 by Mayor John Tory and the musical group The Reklaws. Saks Fifth Avenue had some really nice windows along Yonge Street last year but dropped the ball this year.

Five new Christmas displays replaced the old animatronic scenes of Santa and his workshop that returned year after year until 2017. Now the store bring out new displays every year and the fresh looks delight the visitors who drop by just to see the new Holiday Windows. This year the windows show an increased used of technology in toy production for "Santa's Secret Workshop".

“Year after year, Hudson’s Bay brings Torontonians and visitors from around the world together to delight in the magic of the holiday season,” said Denis Frenette, SVP, Merchandise Presentation, Hudson’s Bay. “This year’s windows were inspired by our vision of Santa’s Secret Workshop and feature the animated characters we’ve become known for. The joy of discovery and wonder continues inside our Queen Street store with a new FAO pop up shop and luxe gift shop. From outside to in, it’s a full experience that’s sure to delight.”
The five new windows are the 1) Candy Cane Department, 2) Gifting Department, 3) Ornament-Making Department, 4) Mail Room Department and 5) the Snow-Making Department.

Hudson's Bay Christmas Market
Meanwhile on the 6th floor of the department store you can find their Christmas Market. Rows of various types of toy soldiers stand guard on the shelves near the centre of the store and other holiday decorations are fun to see and take home.

See more of the Hudson's Bay Christmas displays after the jump.

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