Saturday, December 12, 2009

Noël Grand - Galeries Layfayette



Nothing says Joyeux Noël like the fabulously over the top Galeries Layfayette! The entire store wrapped for Christmas in sparkling lights is just breathtakingly unbelievable! Nöel á Paris, a dream come true. My hope is that all of you that love Paris may experience it !!

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12 comments:

Katie said...

Amazing photos V. What spectacular lights! I've definitely never seen anything like this anywhere. I really must get to Paris for Christmas some year.

Barb said...

love it....Barb

Harriet said...

Oh my!!!! I don't think anything can top this when it comes to decorating for Christmas!

Starman said...

Does it still change color? I guess I'll see for myself in a few days, eh?

Virginia said...

Starman,
I don't think they change colors. All my photos looked the same. You just take a few photos when you arrive and let me know!

Harriet,
If you've not been at Christmas, you must. Katie, you too!

Barb,
Merci

Shell Sherree said...

Oh, I'm pleased I'm sitting down. That's sensational, V!

Louis la Vache said...

Spectacular!

«Louis» loves the food department (Lafayette Gourmet) in that store. It is truly sensational!

Is Samarataine still closed?

DW Quilt Art said...

Wow, that is quite amazing...a beautiful photo!

prashant said...

I don't think anything can top this when it comes to decorating for Christmas!

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Jacran Cottage said...

Amazing! I visited Galleries Lafayette when I was there in the summer. I took photos of the ceiling inside because I thought it was beautiful, but this outside photo with the Christmas lights is just stunning!

Peter said...

Exactly the same this year!

No, they don't change colour, but the lights go and come in waves! This is when it's all "full", the right moment for a photo!

Virginia said...

Well I guess Peter's right, I happened upon the right moment. I didn't know the lights changed. It is just an amazing thing to see. Wish i'd looked closer as to how they do it. You are all right, it's just a gorgeous thing to see in person.