Sunday, July 17, 2011

Window Shopping at Selfridges

As we all know here at Savoir Faire, shopping is a past time which I probably donate more hours to than I should. I am also a big window shopper, and am always stopping to pause at windows that catch my eye!

Such windows always command my attention and I always try and stop at each window, especially if they are in a department store, as a common theme runs through a series of windows along a store's frontage.

These windows in London at Selfridges immediately caught my eye for the bright acid colours that takes the viewer back to the seventies. They also had a seventies feel about them with the elongated limbs of the mannequins and backgrounds, with a bit of a hippy vibe.

I do apologize for the bad quality of the photos as in this case it was early evening and we were rushing to meet friends for dinner and running late. However do enjoy!


  1. I love this cool! Im glad you liked Block can see Block A...there´s a link at the beggining of the post.

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  2. Hello David:
    Selfridges is one of our favourite London stores and we have held an account there for years. In our gardening days, we often found the window displays to be full of inspiration for our garden designs. Incredibly creative and talented minds are behind them we think!

  3. These windows are so fun! I really like it!

    When I was travel to London I saw good windows like these!

    Hugs from Spain!

    Adrien Loren!

  4. very hippy and happy.

    I must get to London one day soon, it's been too long.

  5. Love it...finally another male fashion blogger! I'm following you, hope you'll follow me back! :)

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  6. that three hump purple blob is my favorite.

  7. so cool!!! the last one is insane!!!


  8. Many thanks all, As soon as I saw them I just had to stop, even though I was running late.

    Antonio, many thanks for your visit and welcome. Yes I will follow you back.

    Ren, yes it was mine as well. The word hufflelump came immediately to mind!


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