A few more shots of windows around Paris that I found interesting.
I’ve taken photos of the shop near Place Vendome selling Joy perfume which was once the most expensive perfume in the world although I’m not sure if that is still the case. Anyway, I stood there a minute wondering why the EN was behind the word Joy on the label before I had a “ding” and figured out that it means, “Enjoy”. Now I get it.
Isn’t the Russian shape pleasing? I’m not sure what these are but I like them.
On to the Hermes store. They always have fabulous windows. I sort of want this purse with the giant H on it. Did you know that Hermes began as a maker of hand sewn saddles? They still sell them in the store. At one time their scarves were all sort of “horsey” for the people who rode them and, I assume, bought their saddles. Now they have a line of clothing as well and I love their perfumes, especially Faubourg 24.
Look at this “cake”? Isn’t it charming? And notice the ballet shoes hanging above it. Isn’t the whole window just so girlie?