Letter from Paris Holiday 2014
Above: Chantal Thomass Window Display.
“We don’t see things as they are, we see them as we are.” – Anais Nin.
Kathryn is the co-founder of Pink Bra Bazaar, a charity dedicated to breast health education and supporting women with breast cancer. She is also founder of Paris Lingerie Tours and offers exclusive lingerie tours as an unusual alternative to the regular tourist attractions.
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Trust the French to make everything about taste. Even window shopping. The expression faire du lèche-vitrine translates as window licking, implying that your face is pressed up so close that you can literally taste the experience. That’s how beautiful the window displays are in Paris. More dreamcatcher than product pusher, window displays are an invitation to Stop. Stare. Dream.
Above: Agent Provocateur.
“More dreamcatcher than product pusher, window displays are an invitation to Stop. Stare. Dream.”
Rather than limiting the act of window shopping to just passing by, or just a passing buy, faire du lèche-vitrine offers an opportunity to abandon reason and obligations and to delight in a moment full of magic and wonder. A festive blend of color, texture, and exquisite details that fills our hearts and lets our imaginations swell.
Above: Chantal Thomass.
Above: Maison Lejaby.
The following window displays take you on an enchanting stroll through the streets of Paris and reflect a holiday message of gratitude, love and kindness. Enjoy yourself, and revel in your own dreams.
Go ahead. Get closer. ‘Tis the season for window licking.
Brand & Boutique Window Displays
12, rue Cambon 75001 Paris
4, rue Cambon 75001 Paris