We’re flipping over these Crayola dresses from top designers. So, what’s your kid made with crayons lately?

Crayola dress for Bloomingdale's by Rebecca Minkoff

While my daughters love taking their Crayola crayons to paper and whipping up their dream wardrobes, I think they’d flip over these top designers who each turned actual crayons into life-size dresses for the new Bloomingdale’s NY windows. It’s like a Project Runway assignment, only created by established designers like Nanette Lepore, Rebecca Minkoff, Rebecca Taylor, Clover Canyon, and Ronny Kobo, and without some crazy rules like, and you have to do it using only one hand, in 45 minutes, without wearing pants. Now make it work!

Just take a look at Matthew Carasella’s photos of the windows. Wow. I hope it’s seriously air conditioned behind that glass.

Ronny Kobo Crayola dress for Bloomingdale's | photo Matthew CarasellaRonny Kobo

Rebecca Minkoff dress made of Crayolas for Bloomingdale's | photo Matthew CarasellaRebecca Minkoff

Clover Canyon dress made from Crayolas for Bloomingdale's store windows | photo Matthew CarasellaClover Canyon

Nannette Lepore dress made from Crayolas for Bloomingdale's windows | photo Matthew CarasellaNannette Lepore

I think someone is trying to tell us that “color is in for spring.” How about you?

The designer Crayola dresses currently on display at the flagship Bloomingdale’s store in NYC if you want to gawk in person.

[h/t laughing squid, instyle. All photos:Matthew Carasella]

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