January 2, 2009
Christmas in New York City
Like most things in the States, Christmas comes super-sized, from the spectacular Christmas tree in Rockefeller plaza (which puts London's rather spindly gift from Norway to shame) to the festive displays that festooned just about every door, window and lamp post in New York City.
A few notes about wreaths, New York-style (and you know how much I love a good wreath). Everyone has one. They are invariably enormous. And they are mostly of the fresh fir variety (no retro tinsel versions here). So lovely.
The shops were no exception, with Anthropologie at Rockefeller Centre putting a most creative spin on their Christmas windows. Have a look at their crafty and vintage-inspired displays…
This dress had the prettiest bird print…
Coming up… New York street style and shopping.