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Lacoste x Polaroid Rainbow

macys polaroid x Lacoste

April 8 @ 11:00 am - 8:00 pm

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An event every day that begins at 11:00 am, repeating until April 11, 2021

Macy’s Herald Square
151 West 34th Street Midtown
New York, New York

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Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly

FREE

In celebration of a colorful collaboration of classic brands Lacoste with Polaroid, the sidewalk outside Macy’s has rainbow stripes inspired by  Polaroid’s famous rainbow logo from its first instant color film.

More rainbow decor (and ready-to-wear and accessories for women, men and children – look for the crocodile logo holding a camera) inside  plus get a chance to win Polaroid camera with every picture clicked in store.

Photo by @nyd.jp.0316.

OFF THE WALL

See and interact with site-specific large-scale art (including the Vessel, currently closed for safety) throughout the Hudson Yards mall and plaza. Activate pieces by 13 different artists that relate back to the site’s past, present or future.

Lots of great food options including Mercado Little Spain and a…

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King Nyani

Nestle in the hand of King Nyani, a 23 ft long bronze gorilla sculpture by world-renowned public artists Gillie and Marc Schattner. Nyani will lounge in Bella Abzug Park, already a colorful, engaging place to play, near Hudson Yards for 11 months to bring awareness and raise funds for the critically endangered gorilla species through…

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The Big Button

Hundreds of wisteria vines, roses, poppies, hydrangeas and green foliage transform the Garment District NYC kiosk into a traditional red pincushion tomato with twelve floral pins made entirely of carnations in different colors honoring all the hard working Garment District workers of the past two centuries. Look for butterflies.

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The Morgan Library & Museum

Explore the gorgeous former private library of Gilded Age financier Pierpont Morgan, three magnificent rooms epitomizing America’s Age of Elegance, joined with other historic buildings and modern steel-and-glass pavilions.

* See illuminated, literary, and historical manuscripts, early printed books (including some children’s favorites), and old master drawings and prints.

* Download the Family Guide

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Empire State Building

Play tourist – without the usual crowds – on New York’s most famous open-air observatory. Take advantage of 360° views & see all of NYC including the Brooklyn Bridge, Central Park, the Statue of Liberty and so much more.

Also learn about the construction and history of the building – and see King Kong –…

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