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Louis Vuitton’s fashion film “L’Invitation au voyage” but this time sans Bowie.
10 things you didn’t know about Christmas – via Time
What your favorite Disney princess says about you – via Cosmo.
How to have a more successful career in 2014- via Forbes.
Bobbi Brown tells us that indeed we do need to part with our beloved 3-year-old eyeshadow – via Elle.
The art of being 35, Jewish and Single – via The New York Times.
The secret Harvey Nichols Twitter account you’re not rich enough to follow – via The Daily Telegraph.
Because I wouldn’t be me if I didn’t include something nostalgic: Here are 14 Gossip Girl pictures that will make you seriously miss your teenage years- via Huff Post Style.
Louis Vuitton’s new fashion film “L’invitation au Voyage” invites you to go as far as your dreams take you. Oh and it also features Arizona Muse and David Bowie, but that’s just a side note.
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New York’s beloved tradition of over-the-top Christmas displays is back for the season. Forget Santa’s workshop; this year’s holiday windows are anything but typical.
Barneys New York This year’s holiday windows at Barneys are a collaboration between French visual artist Joanie Lemercier and Jay Z, who put together digital displays to create interactive windows. The windows consist of light projections, 3-D displays and lots of mirrors. Its theme is “A New York Holiday,” and all items on display were selected by Hova himself. Barneys New York, 660 Madison Ave., barneys.com
Bergdorf Goodman The windows at Bergdorf Goodman this year are titled “Holidays on Ice,” and each depicts a different holiday in a snowy, frosty landscape. On display, you will be able to find wintry, high-fashion versions of Valentine’s Day, Halloween, Thanksgiving and even April Fools’. Bergdorf Goodman, 754 Fifth Ave., bergdorfgoodman.com
Bloomingdale’s The windows at Bloomingdale’s celebrate holiday shopping around the world. Each window includes an oversized present from countries such as China, France, Great Britain and Italy—plus New York City, of course. Bloomingdale’s, 1000 Third Ave., bloomingdales.com
Saks Fifth Avenue In honor of seasons past, Saks’ holiday windows will include the traditional Snowflake Spectacular light show. The windows themselves will tell the story of the legendary Saks Yeti, a mythical creature rumored to live in the store’s roof and make snow during the winter. Saks Fifth Avenue, 611 Fifth Ave., saks.com
Tiffany & Co. Tiffany’s window display consists of a row of elegant townhouses and classic Upper East Side apartments covered in snow and Tiffany’s signature blue boxes. The display also includes traditional Christmas scenes such as Santa’s sleigh and children gathered around the Christmas tree. Tiffany & Co., 200 Fifth Ave,tiffany.com