Friday, January 13, 2012

FSH windows - part one

Every time I turn from the Place de la Concorde into the Rue Boissy d'Anglas it is with great anticipation.. will FSH's windows have new displays, or are they in process of re-decoration? On my last visit to Paris they were blocked with orange paper, but this time I could see from far away that new treasures were waiting to be discovered..

Window displays at the Hermès store in the rue Faubourg Saint-Honoré (FSH), January 2012













Nuées imaginaires on the roof top, against a nuage-less sky ;)

There was so much opulence and detail that I am splitting this post into three parts. Part two coming tomorrow, hope you'll enjoy.

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12 comments:

  1. The gorgeous opulence is almost other-worldly! Especially that silver saddle.

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  2. Beautiful windows my dear MaiTai! Thank you for taking us along with you to Faubourg Saint Honoré once again. Can´t wait to see the next posts. Wishing you a lovely weekend.
    Warm, orange hugs, Mx

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  3. So lovely, many thanks for being out tour guide! Can't wait for the next posts. And what caught your fancy and came home with you? xx

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  4. Sixth photo down, upper left. I think my heart just stopped. How I adore window shopping! Thanks for bringing us along with you, dear.
    Orange hugs and happy shopping!
    CS

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  5. Thank you for bringing 24 FSH to us dear MT. Can't wait to see the next posts.
    Have a lovely weekend.

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  6. Thank you for these pictures - Oh that saddle is amazing! I saw a tan one in the Bordeaux store last month, and stroked it lovingly... I can't imagine putting it on a horse somehow! Maybe it you're Charlotte Cashiraghi :) xxx

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  7. Breathtaking MT! You were rewarded as you turned the corner and so are we with this delicious decadence!
    Cannot wait for more! Happy weekend, T xx

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  8. Opulent is the right word and whilst droolworthy in their luxury, Iam drawn to the Balcons plates; I am far more comfortable with simple items.

    They will never be in my cupboards alas on account of children and my own clumsiness..

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  9. Dear déjà pseu, Manuela, La vie, NiniKnows, andiamo!, CS, booksnchocolate, Mrs Exeter, Trudye and Bienchen, glad you enjoyed! Ready for part II ?

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