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Wandering around Brixton London the other night it was great to see independent stores thinking about how they can improve the look of the high st. Lots of stores there has decorated their shutters turning them into works of art and helping to make the street look interesting and not like a ghetto. I hope more stores do this and turn our streets into living art galleries.
Love, Love, Love this fabulous florist in East Dulwich.
Why because they have made the store look amazing from outside in.
The exterior displays using up cycled and vintage items drawers you to it, but dosnt detract from the flowers and plants they are selling.
The neon signage in the window stands out against the other stores.
When you go into the store they have used cut tree trunks to create a great focal wall that divides the store from the work area.
Its great to see our local high street stores pulling out the stops for Christmas.
There was definitely a trend for hand painted window art this Christmas in East Dulwich.
I really liked that fact that so many stores had their windows hand painted it was a great theme for the high street and very cost effective. And even those stores not celebrating still did a painted scheme.
Dior invites you on a Parisian journey through the Christmas windows at the Parisian department store, Le Printemps… Explore all of the most emblematic places of the ‘City of Light’ revealing some exceptional pieces of the House of Dior.
Meet the stars of Dior’s Christmas windows at the Parisian department store, Le Printemps… 74 dolls dressed in specially created iconic Dior outfits by the ateliers of the House.
Lynda and I have just come back from working in Seoul, we managed to get a few hours to take a look around the city and visited an area called Insadong. This is a long shopping street where old meets new, independents and multinational brands share space, and a boiling pot of cultures.
Here are a selection of snap shots from our wander around this amazing area.