The window is just big enough to contain one male mannequin and one female, and they are redressed in matching outfits about once a week. Otherwise they remain completely unchanged in pose or position.
It prompted this poem
The Unchanging World of Mr and Mrs Sun
Today I'm dressed in emerald green:
waistcoat, bowler hat and braces.
My wife, who by my side is seen,
is also dressed in emerald green
in a puffball skirt
and pleated shirt.
We're in accustomed places.
Today her dress is long and white:
a yellow sash is wrapped about
to match my shirt that shines so bright
and set off with bow tie of white.
The storefront glare
the place we share
is elegant without a doubt.
Blood red with black dots, black with red:
See Minnie Mouse, her theme today.
My clothes may be quite plain instead:
the trousers black, the shirt just red.
Dressed up so smart,
we never part.
We knock the fashion critics dead.
I have not changed except my hat
but my wife's mouse demeanour's gone.
She has a long silk gown now that
has matching shade to my red hat.
Gold threads entwine
in both designs
for all the world to gaze upon.
Today we've changed to shades of blue:
a shirt of sapphire, navy tie.
My wife's blouse has similar hue
and skirt and shoes are also blue.
We always try
to catch the eye
of all the people passing by.
Each passing day from shop front stand
we watch, consider, contemplate.
We're always not quite hand in hand
as side by side we simply stand.
While others race
from place to place
still all we do is watch and wait.