If you're there too late to enter, window shopping at an Anthropologie store is akin
to visiting an art gallery. If you appreciate creativity, the window displays are always
Leaving an adjacent restaurant Sunday evening after celebrating a family birthday,
the shop had already closed - granddaughter Jasmin sighed in disappointment, me
silently thankful I would not be shuffling through my bag for a credit card!
Any serious shopping was impossible.
BUT the windows, as always, were a treat. If you look closely,
you will see that the butterfly wings are made of hundreds of individual butterflies cut
from paper, really sensational.
Jasmin fell for the dress and I know she would look great in it!
We both loved the wings…and more art in other windows.
This is our just opened neighborhood Anthropologie, I know we'll be spending
a lot of time here.
Many very creative people decorate this company's stores, and those who have moved on
to open their own business in the world of design and art are doing very well.
Australian designer, author, and Sydney shopkeeper Sibella Court, and American
Leslie Oshmann of SWARM, now residing in Amsterdam come to mind.