Wendy’s Windows Welcome Holidays at Brooklyn Women’s Exchange

Wendy Hooker, whose window designs have graced the likes of Bergdorf Goodman, has donated her talent to the Brooklyn Women’s Exchange, 55 Pierrepont Street, for some years now. Here are her recently installed holiday windows for this season.

The Exchange will be having the last of this year’s holiday Craft Sundays for children three or above, accompanied by parent or adult caregiver, this Sunday, December 9, from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. There is a suggested $3 contribution for materials. This Sunday’s project is making decoupaged holiday ornaments.

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  • Jim

    wendy, thanks for the holiday cheer !!! i love the women’s exchange !!!

  • jack

    Cranky women work there. I’m sure Wendy is cool. But the women in the store are miserable and mean to kids.

  • http://selfabsorbedboomer.blogspot.com Claude Scales

    Jack, I’m sorry to know you, and perhaps your child, had an unpleasant experience at the Exchange. There are a number of women, my wife included, who work there on a rotating schedule. All are volunteers. I’ve been in the Exchange many times and never seen the sort of thing you described, though it’s not unthinkable that you may have encountered one of the volunteers having a very bad day. I think you’ve made a hasty generalization.

  • lori

    I have always loved the windows at the Women’s Exchange, even back to when Connie and others did them. I wish I had a Wendy at my house.

  • Brooklyn Mom

    Wendy is a gifted gift that keeps on giving – thank you!