A Foodie Holiday at Barneys

This year, the famous holiday window displays at Barneys New York feature some of your favorite Food Network chefs.

Paula and Friends at Barneys New York

This year, the famous holiday window displays at Barneys New York feature some of your favorite Food Network chefs, including Ms. Deen.

Hello, Paula!

The paper-mache figures of Food Network chefs were created by three-dimensional artist Liz Lomax.

The Making of Paula

First step: Using an approved drawing as a guide, Liz creates a foil form of Paula Deen's head. (Images courtesy of Liz Lomax)

Getting the Details

Following the sketch, Liz adds more detail and hair with aluminum foil.

Hairstyling

Liz covers the foil in an air-dry clay for a rock-solid surface. Paula's hair is covered in plaster strips.

Becoming Paula

Paula's head with base clay and first coat of paint

The Making of Paula

Nearly finished Paula figure with artist Liz Lomax

Paula and Friends

Finished Paula Deen next to Sandra Lee, still in progress

Making of Sandra Lee

Liz works on Sandra, using several photographs (behind) as a guide.

Finished Sandra

Finished Sandra Lee figure at the Barneys New York studio

Anne Burrell

Anne makes an appearance in the "Gals of Food" oven.

Food Guys

Bobby Flay and Wolfgang Puck heads in the Barneys New York studio

Bobby's Ready

Simon Doonan, creative director of Barneys New York, and artist Liz Lomax show off the finished Bobby Flay head.

Window Setup

In Barneys New York studios, the Bobby Flay figure is set up for the "Bad Boys of Food" window.

"Revolutionary Stew"

Work in progress for the "Revolutionary Stew" window featuring trailblazing chefs

Final Windows at Barneys New York

The "Revolutionary Stew" window is complete, featuring sketches of chefs like Julia Child, Jamie Oliver and Thomas Keller.

"The Bad Boys"

Including Bobby, Mario, Guy and Emeril

"Gals of Food"

Meet (paper-mache) Paula, Ina, Sandra, Anne and more.