by Marisa Marcantonio

Over three packed days in May, the bright lights of the design world gather in LA for LCDQ Legends. The fun-filled design district event, now in its 8th year,  is centered around West Hollywood's La Cienega Boulevard, and the main draw, especially at night, are the thematic windows created by interior designers from around the country. This year, the theme "One of a Kind" was explored by the selected designers, and window inspiration ranged from the graphic and theatrical to the quirky and creative.  Ahead, some of my favorite window designs created by a bevy of talent that went all-out creatively, and showed that their talents are truly one of a kind.

 Photos by Gray Crawford

Photos by Gray Crawford

Christos Prevezanos at Farrow & Ball explored "Memory"

Bill Ingram at Kristen Buckingham did "Sanguine Holiday."

Jamie Bush at Richard Shapiro with "Best Seat in the House"

Molly Luetkemeyer at  Harbinger by Hand with "Custom Collaborations"

Malcolm James Kutner at Harbinger and "Reflections in Kind"

Kate Stamps at Claremont Furnishing Fabrics Co. with "Unique/Unified/LosAngeles/London/Isfahan/Art/Design/Architecture"

Tammy Connor at Hollyhock and "Flora and Fauna: A Study in Paper"

Nina Campbell  at Hollyhock with "Around the Word"

India Hicks at Nathan Turner and "Bahamas: Island Style"

Elizabeth Dinkel at Serena & Lily and "Hello Sunshine"

Vance Burke at Nicky Rising with "The Pink Banana"

Sam Allen at Barclay Butera Interiors with "Chinois Terrace"

Jeff Andrews at Mansour Modern and "Imprint"

Mark Cutler  at Gina Berschneider with "Iris Apfel- One of a Kind"

Melinda Ritz at Hollywood at Home with "Election  Only in America-  It's One of A Kind"

Amy Meier at Janet Yonaty with "Ellsworth Kelly - Simplicity of Form"

Ramey Caulkins did Elizabeth Eakins with "See the Possible"

David Netto at Hollywood at Home with "Richard Simmons- Where are You?"

Andrew Brown at Dragonette, Ltd. and "The Allure of Parisian Art Deco Monde"

Kim Alexandriuk at Downtown with "Nun But The Brave"

Robert Stilin at Lee Stanton and RS101

Vincent Jacquard at Compas with "The Borromini Perspective- Roma"