My favorite Gene Moore window at Barneys was the 1900’s themed window display. This was my favorite window for various reasons. To begin with, the theme over all is easy to catch and when walking past a window display the average time to look at a window is 3-5 seconds which is why I think Gene did a grey job at completing just that. Secondly, this was my favorite window because of his use on perspective. Gene Moore was able to captivate the eye of the window shopper with the bubbles presented to the front of the window display. He then placed the piece of jewelry in a place where it makes it look like it’s very much centered towards the back and as a vase for the blue feathers he seemed to use as the color that pops out in his flowing color scheme of white.