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Tom Ford's Display Windows, photo by Carin Olsson of Paris in Four Months

Tom Ford's Display Windows, photo by Carin Olsson of Paris in Four Months

Tom Ford's Display Windows, photo by Carin Olsson of Paris in Four Months

I can’t really explain my obsession with display windows. Call me crazy but most of the time I just can’t help myself from picking up my camera to snap a few shots. When you just pass by quickly you don’t notice all the work that goes into them (like this or this for example) but you really should because sometimes they look more like small pieces of art than anything else. Of course the pretty dresses and gorgeous bags don’t hurt either…

  • Phuong

    I love colourful displays! I always get worried that the shop assistants will start yelling at me if I start taking photos, have you ever experienced anything like that?

    huskyandblue.blogspot.com.au

    • http://www.parisinfourmonths.com/ Paris in Four Months

      Yes, some of them actually do that, which is never fun. But sometimes they don’t mind.

  • Victoria

    Beautiful colours – especially in winter! Loveeee
    http://www.victoriametaxas.com

  • http://accooohtrements.wordpress.com/ Becky

    ooh these are so pretty – i want the croc clutches!

    becky,

    accooohtrements.wordpress.com

  • Happyeverafter_Bride

    I share your sentiments about store windows. Love them

  • Bea

    Hi!!!
    I just want to compliments with you because this blog is AMAZING!!!!
    I LOVE it!!!It’s like coming in a dream world!your photos are great!
    Have a nice Saturday!

  • http://icepandora.blogspot.com/ Ice Pandora

    I understand you and I’d have totally snap a few pictures here
    and there as well c: Xx

  • http://www.york-avenue.blogspot.com Jackie-York Avenue

    I’m obsessed too! They’re total works of art. I’d love to know how you photograph them without getting the major glare from the glass…I haven’t quite mastered that.

  • burnside

    I think it’s interesting jeweled jackets are still around. Or they’re back. In the 1950s they were ‘tenue de ville’.