Barney's Show Outfits Are to Die For

By: Shelby Lee Walsh - Published: Jul 22, 2009   Updated: Jul 18 2011 • References: racked
Barney's usually represents luxury, class and elegance, but this storefront display is nothing short of a gore flick. The set of doors to the entrance displays two mannequins wearing attire by Helmut Lang and A.L.C. hunched over with blood-splattered windows.

One thing is for certain, the display is certainly eye-catching in its morbidity and is definitely something worlds apart from what you would normally see in a Madison Avenue storefront display.

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