Tuesday, 21 December 2010
After many hours shopping and wandering around countless shops, some Christmas decor can begin to blur into a swirl of colours and textures. R + J has compiled it's favourite and most inspiring windows of the Christmas season. Barneys New York took on a Have a Foodie Holiday window theme, where Simon Doonan created the display out of Illycaffe espresso tins, cans, paper cups, and paper bags. Most paper-crafty impressive was the elaborate ballgown worn by a coffee-sipping mannequin. Carrying on the paper-craft theme were the windows at Tiffany's who portrayed a Christmas love story that would make even the largest Scrooge smile. Liberty of London embarked on a voyage into an Enchanted Forest filled with lovely accessories and beautiful things alike. Never to disappoint, was DvF New York spread the Christmas cheer by inviting customers to display their idea of love. Kate Spade showcased it's love of colour by adorning windows with vibrant displays of beautiful gifts. With so many creative displays, it's hard to pick a favourite window this year!
Friday, 17 December 2010
Wednesday, 15 December 2010
Monday, 6 December 2010
The shopping days are beginning to dwindle and yet the lists seem to keep growing! Cross many names off those lists by making a visit to the Christmas Pop-up Market. Come visit the lovely collection of stylish jewellery, design-led gifts and of course stationery! The market is only being held for two days only, on Thursday 9th and Friday 10th of December from 1pm- 9pm at Railway Arch 897, Holyrood Street, London Bridge, SE1 2EL. For more information, check out Our Workshop. Hope to see you there!