The Ages of Beauty: Prada Windows at Barneys New York Flagship

Mannequins were cast with polyurethane resin from molds of three people, a process that took nearly 10 hours apiece. Photography by Tom Sibley.

The man and woman figures never made eye . Photography by Tom Sibley.

The man and woman figures never made eye . Photography by Tom Sibley.

Settings were inspired by the sets of Tadeusz Kantor, who directed and designed theatrical productions in Poland from the 1950’s to the ’90’s. Photography by Tom Sibley.

A male ballet dancer was the source for this mannequin. Photography by Tom Sibley.

Hair was cast from wigs by hair stylist Bob Recine. Photography by Tom Sibley.

Hair was cast from wigs by hair stylist Bob Recine. Photography by Tom Sibley.

Some positions derived from Merce Cunningham dances. Photography by Tom Sibley.

Some positions derived from Merce Cunningham dances. Photography by Tom Sibley.

A staircase in salvaged wood alluded to infinity. Photography by Tom Sibley.

The bed-of-nails window was accompanied by a soundtrack in German. Photography by Tom Sibley.

The bed-of-nails window was accompanied by a soundtrack in German. Photography by Tom Sibley.

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