I For It

I For It

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By Photographer Peter Lindbergh -- Portrait - Fashion - Editorial - Black and White - Photography - Pose Idea

By Photographer Peter Lindbergh -- Portrait - Fashion - Editorial - Black and White - Photography - Pose Idea

All you need is a coat a bit more lightweight that will take you from rain to shine. We've rounded up the best transitional coats you need this spring 2017! http://bellanblue.com

All you need is a coat a bit more lightweight that will take you from rain to shine. We've rounded up the best transitional coats you need this spring 2017! http://bellanblue.com

ISETAN, Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan, "Legendary Japanese fashion designer Kansai Yamamoto is having an exihibition at Tokyo’s Isetan Shinjuku department store", pinned by Ton van der Veer

ISETAN, Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan, "Legendary Japanese fashion designer Kansai Yamamoto is having an exihibition at Tokyo’s Isetan Shinjuku department store", pinned by Ton van der Veer

CHANEL, Japan, Tokyo, "If you want to be original, be ready to be copied", (quote: Coco Chanel), photo by Aya Hirokawa, pinned by Ton van der Veer

CHANEL, Japan, Tokyo, "If you want to be original, be ready to be copied", (quote: Coco Chanel), photo by Aya Hirokawa, pinned by Ton van der Veer

Paris Chanel Christmas store window—white trees—made from huge laser cut paper (to look/mimic paper doiles)❣

Paris Chanel Christmas store window—white trees—made from huge laser cut paper (to look/mimic paper doiles)❣

This doily-inspired window from Chanel’s shop in Zurich (Christmas 2010) is a whimsical take on Christmas. It would probably cost a small fortune to recreate this display, but you could easily take some paper doilies and decorate your windows with them, mimicking snowflakes. You could even use a pair of scissors to transform paper doilies into actual paper snowflakes.

This doily-inspired window from Chanel’s shop in Zurich (Christmas 2010) is a whimsical take on Christmas. It would probably cost a small fortune to recreate this display, but you could easily take some paper doilies and decorate your windows with them, mimicking snowflakes. You could even use a pair of scissors to transform paper doilies into actual paper snowflakes.