The classic Chrissy carol ‘The 12 Days of Christmas’ has been given the Adelaide treatment in a gorgeous festive display in Rundle Mall.
A dozen window displays have been set up along the mall – one for each of the days of Christmas – showcasing stories from South Australia with
creations from the state’s stars including Paul Vasileff, founder of Australian fashion house, Paolo Sebastian and the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra.
Each window signifies one day of twelve where ‘my true love gave to me’ a generous offering, with a uniquely South Australian twist.
The windows are inspired or created by a South Australian personality, brand or cause, designed to captivate the imagination and represent the true spirit of Christmas, as families come together to celebrate the special
time of year.
There’s one created by Jared Petrenko and Jess Dover of House Rules, while one window represents the local farming community, and another exhibits original pieces from South Australian artists.
And there’s a whole window dedicated to food! The ultimate South Australian feast window showcases the state’s talented producers and has been developed to encourage locals to Choose SA this year and fill their tables with SA Christmas fare.
Some of the dozen displays even have an interactive element, such as the opportunity to post Christmas wishes to the North Pole, enter a competition or the invitation to donate to local charity, Backpacks 4 SA Kids.
The enchanting windows will be positioned along the length of Rundle Mall until December 27.
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