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The Winners of Project Windows 2013 Have Been Announced

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Launched in honor of the Art Institute of Chicago's summer 2013 "Impressionism & Fashion," exhibit, the storefronts that line Michigan Avenue decked out their windows this month for a competition that combined retail, fashion and public art.

Sadly, the contest is over, but the good news is, we have a list of winners. It includes well-known luxury brands, retail chains and even a local gem.

Best Story or Theme: Tiffany & Co.
Best Use of Color: Marc Jacobs
Best Use of Light: Emporio Armani
Best Use of Materials: P.O.S.H.
Most Glamorous: Saks Fifth Avenue
Most Classic: Ralph Lauren
Most Modern: ZARA
Attention to Detail: Teuscher Chocolates of Switzerland
Art Institute of Chicago Award: Atelier AZZA
People's Choice: La Perla
· Project Windows [Michigan Ave]
· Have You Voted for Your Favorite Mag Mile Window Display? [Official Site]