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Image gallery: Find out which indie has the best Christmas window this year

Psyche in Middlesbrough has won Drapers’ competition to find the best indie Christmas window this year, for its colourful and eye-catching displays that feature products from brands including Hugo Boss and Barbour presented on snow-covered streets alongside a snowman, dog and red postbox.

Coes in Ipswich, which filled its windows with a series of wintery scenes including skiers alongside a snowman, and Maze Clothing in Bristol, which featured a lineup of penguins in its window, have both been highly commended for their displays.

Independent retailers from up and down the UK and Ireland got involved in the competition. The best entries from the likes of John Smedley on London’s Brook Street, The Dressing Room in St Albans and Union Project in Cheltenham, are displayed in the gallery above.

Tell us which retailer would get your vote by taking our poll here.

Readers' comments (2)

  • How do you enter the competition

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  • Hi Tim, I'm afraid this competition has now closed. We were calling in the magazine and via social media for pictures to be sent in before Monday December 15. But do please take part in the poll to tell us who you think should win, and I'm sure we'll run a similar competition next year.

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