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Windows into Christmas

PhotoStory Friday

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London's Oxford Street windows at nearly midnight,
based on the Pantomine fairy tales and...








(that says tock btw, l know what it looks like...!)

OMGish fab Vivienne Westwood windows (strictly panto of course)



and a christmas kitsch bling Louis Vuitton

... santa baby, put one under the tree,
for me...



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Comments

  1. I just love those photos and makes me get the feel of the place just by looking.
    Nothing like the West End.

    Nuts in May

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  2. wow! I used to travel to London every year ust to see the window displays, it was a jolly from work, (I was a window dresser) and 12 of us all went together. We had SO Much FUN! Thank you for the memories! Looks like Selfridges are still entertaining people 30 years later :)

    Hope you had a fab time. Did you shop?!

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  3. Oh how I miss London. I must visit again. Somday...

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  4. Can't wait for you to come back and tell us all about your trip. Midnight eh!

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  5. Lovely photos Saz...hope you had (or are still having) a great time

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  6. Oh that looks like the perfect place to window shop. Thanks for sharing them.

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  7. Fab, fab, fab! A few years ago (before daughter arrived) we went to New York for Christmas and queued to walk past the Christmas window displays. Just fab!

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  8. Oh what fun .. Love seeing these windows .. many thanks for sharing, Saz!

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  9. cool--I had to back up and recheck the tock. If you want to wander down my road I’m home.

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  10. I always love Selfridges windows at Christmas. Hope you had a good time in our metropolis!

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  11. Very sweet, Saz! I hope to one day own un vrai Louis Vuitton! Maybe we should start to do the lotto together!

    Glad you had a fabulous time, ma chere... Good to have you right back! xox

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  12. Very cool windows. I also enjoy the ones in NYC during this time of year.

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  13. Wow, I have never seen anything like it! Stunning!
    Thank you so much for your comments to my blog. I loved the breathe deep, smell the crap, then breath deep again :). Have you been standing in my house lately? How did you know?!

    Thank you!

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  14. I love Selfridges, and what wonderful displays they have this year!!! Oh, you make me so homesick for London!!!! Nothing quite as Christmasy as Harrod's, Liberty's, and Hamley's...sigh...Hope you had a wonderful time away!!! Glad to have you back! Missed you! Love you, Janine XO

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  15. Wow. Those are some great windows! I love them! So glad you photographed them! perfect!

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  16. LOVED visiting your blog, which I found at the wonderful "The Things They Carried."

    Today, thanks to you, I traveled to London. Oh, how I love Tiffany's. Have you read Capote's "Christmas Memories"? Love it just as much as the famous one...

    Fat, frumpy, fifty-four, but full of the Spirit!!!

    Blessings,
    Patti
    P.S. Would love to have you visit my blog today...and tomorrow, when I feature a Tiffany's ring!
    www.pattilacy.com/blog

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