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Snowflakes, Elephants Grace Rustan's Whimsical Christmas Windows

It makes shopping at the department store extra festive.
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The country's premier department store rings in the yuletide season by welcoming shoppers at the Ayala Center with an iconic display of Cirque de Soleil-inspired windows. Each window display tells its own story through unique aesthetics: horses and dancers framed by giant snowflakes for a taste of white Christmas, performers atop elephants, and faux acrobats hanging from hoops surrounded by light and sparkling whimsy. The window displays remind everyone that it’s “the most wonderful time of the year” and agreeably, it is.


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Check out the window displays and do your shopping for stocking stuffers plus presents large and small at Rustan's Ayala Center, Makati.

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