People who know me know that I love to walk. When I was teaching I’d walk home from school and I’d often have little kids stop me to ask me if I did not own a car. I’m an early morning walker, and so I often get to see a place before it fully awakes. At 7 AM even New York is a relatively sleepy city.
We were a little too late to see most of the Holiday windows and decorations. It might have been January, but at Saks, spring had arrived.
The mannequins at Louis Vuitton were all set for a bit of travel. That yellow would sure come in handy at the checked luggage carousel.
Herve Leger at Bergdorf Goodman. Love the dress, love the window.
Of course the Bergdorf Goodman windows are so great that they now have their own book. This display was in the little window beside the Fifth Avenue door. Windows within the window.
Some of the jewelers were still in a festive mood. Thank you, Harry Winston…
Here was a bit of Samsonite luggage to delight any lover of the city. It’s called CityScapes.
And finally, a bit of yarn bombing. It’s such a cozy little tree.
I know that some of you must be thinking that I’ve milked that New York trip long enough, and so you might be glad to know this is my final post about the city – at least until I visit again!