Pas de doute: Nous sommes à Paris! Veronique (French Girl in Seattle)
how do i not know this shop-I know the street? I love the windows in Paris.
Great looking window display.
I love it and what a terrific reflection for the day as well as a great window display!! Aren't you the clever one, Genie!! Hope you have a wonderful weekend!HugsSylvia
Hello Genie:This is simply fabulous. What a spectacular image and one with which you must surely feel particularly pleased.
a perfect sum-up of french fashion!
Very interesting, Genie!The scene reminds me of certain Moulin Rouge posters by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec.
Je découvre ce blog... que de belles photos :-))Bizzz Laurehttp://ptitesphotosdelolo.blogspot.fr/
Oh la la! I want those legs Genie!! Wonderful image.
Hi Genie, I was in Harrods the other week and in the pefume department . One of the ladies that stepped forward and sprayed me was working for this company .. They gave me a beautiful material square with the little black dress on too.
Nice one.. I used to pass by the Guerlain shop on Place Vendome/Rue de Castiglione; not sure if it's still there. Those were the days when you could only guy Guerlain at Guerlain. I love L'Heure Bleue and the bottle you show looks like HB's bottle.
Très jolie mise en scène... J'adore le flacon... J'espère qu'il sent bon, ce parfum !
superbe coups d oeil,parait que le parfum sent tres bon,va falloir que je verifie ca ;o)bon w end !
I love this window! I don't know how the French come up with such marvelous window dressings! This is one of the best I've seen. :)Have a great weekend Genie. :)♥♥
Genie, I too have the Eiffel on my mind & did a post on it today!! And Virginia as well...This is a fashionable window & cut-out version of La Tour! You are leaving soon, yes? How exciting!!!!
What more could you want! Love the crop on this.
Love the name (and the whole display, of course)! I only—and always—wear YSL's Paris, but if I ever crave a change . . .
This is wonderful!
Those look exactly like the shoes I always wear in Paris!! :)V
Oh wow, it does have it all and I love it all! The paper cuts magnify the whimsy. Beautiful.
What is quite funny about this window and the marketing is the music... These Boots Were Made for Walking" Just click on the name under the photo to see a short (15 second) video. I would have selected something more French!Bibi, there are three stores in Paris now. One on Champs-Elysées, one on Rue Tronchet (9th), and this one. I did read that the original was on Rue de Rivoli in 1828.V, you made me laught outloud!Rita, send me an email, svp.Grace, well if you can figure that out let me know! 'Tsuki, je sais pas, mais je le crois.Anne, I would love to have another stroll through Harrods!Have a wonderful weekend, all!Bises,Genie
The window dressing is so cool I almost forgot to look at the reflection ;)
A glimpse of Paris !
super window isn't it?don't you love that Francs-Bourgeois street?
Elegant image of black and white! Reflections of the windows fit in the displays. Beautiful! Are they selling perfume?keiko
Wonderful window shot!!! And I can just see V wearing those shoes!!!
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