Monday 25th April, 2011 -
Urban Outfitter’s Union Jack windows:
Sunglasses from ALDO (note: the £40 tag is for the shoes, not the sunglasses) :
Selfridges’s Rouge Automatique Guerlain window:
Beautiful shoes from Miu Miu:
Michael Kors’s incredible skirt which looks like it’s made of grass:
A really nice watch from Asprey (I like the red crocodile style scraps):
Dolce & Gabbana’s window display featuring jewelleries, shoes and handbag:
A Kate and Prince William wedding card:
REPLAY’s window display:
A very cute figurine from a store called The Zentist on Kingly Court, just off Carnaby Street:
The prettiest padlocks I have ever seen and a couple of Oyster card holders from a boutique called mnini at Kingly Court:
GAP’s nice window:
Very nicely presented shoes & bag from NEW LOOK. Well done to them. I like the way they did it.
Happy Easter everyone!!
Sunday 17th April, 2011 -
If you live in central London you cannot fail to have noticed the advertisements all around the area promoting the new store on 223 Regent Street. It is unmissable. They have spent very serious money buying out an impressively huge number of advertising space at Oxford Street tube station as seen below.
And you will find posters on many London double decker buses too.
I wish Michael Kors every success in London. If you have not already seen photos of the new store on Regent Street, you can do so by clicking here.
Tuesday 15th March, 2011 -
A brand new Michael Kors shop opened a few days ago, the American designer’s second in the UK. It certainly is a sight for sore eyes, particularly at night when you notice how beautifully illuminated it is inside. Handbags, shoes, sunglasses, purses and other fashion goodies are all very tastefully presented. Easily one of the better stores to open up on Regent Street in recent years.
He told Vogue.co.uk: “I love indulgent caviar but I also enjoy a delicious pizza – they’re just different experiences. The same goes for my new store. The point of the shop is to mix things up and nowhere does this like the UK. It’s all about mixing couture with the high street, the high street with a piece from Portobello. The simple truth is lots of designers talk about this but not a lot actually do. It’ll be a fun, light and quick way of getting the Michael Kors experience under one roof.”
This year Michael is celebrating 30 years in the fashion business. What a milestone. It was in 1981 when he started his label and launched its first collection. Here are my photos: