I met with some of the good people from Farrow & Ball at the Toronto F&B showroom today. Delightful, as always. Couldn't resist snapping a pic of this great little Christmas decorating idea from the window display. It's thin rigid foam core board cut into basic tree shapes and covered on both sides with a selection of magnificent F&B wallpapers in an array of greens, then suspended from fishing line in a cascade that recalls a ski slope. Luuurve.
It's amazing the things you can see when your eyes are open and you're not just scurrying to get from A to B and wondering if you'll make it to C on time. Last week I experienced this and came upon this fantastic window display at The Bay on Queen St. in Toronto. It's for a new Maison Martin Margiela fragrance called (untitled).
You may know I am a lover of all things white, so it's no surprise I freaked when I saw this and walked around and around and around it to make sure I saw every detail. Faboosh...