Monday, December 25, 2006

Breakfast At Tiffany's...

Diamonds in the snow...dear Holly Golightly had it right.


What better place to spend Christmas morning - in a snowy woods


And wine glasses full of diamonds and ice would be nice...


A swan in the snowy woods wearing a diamond broach...


Holly admiring Tiffany's ice, before there were lattes and Starbucks..
Merry Christmas Everyone!

16 comments:

simon said...

You are right...

tlchang said...

Amazingly beautiful windows.

Merry Christmas to you too!

Colleen said...

Thanks for sharing those beautiful pics with us, and giving us a chance to see Christmas in New York from your eyes.

Anonymous said...

All I wanted for Christmas was...
This Tiffany's post!!!

Thank you Carol

Anonymous said...

Holy cow that is chic!!

Tongue in Cheek Antiques said...

To a romantic wonderland that is where you take us Parisbreakfasts!
Joyeux Noel, and diamonds and macroons dans tes sabots!!

Anonymous said...

Wow

kenju said...

Tiffany's is wonderful! I sure wish I could see those in person; thanks for sharing! Merry Christmas!

Anonymous said...

Oh, Parisbreakfasts goes to Tiffany's, what more can one desire? :-)
Ever since my little girls could walk, would we go to Sak's 5th Avenue and afterward to Tiffany's on the evening of the 23rd of december. On one of our last visits there it had started to snow when we walked out the store. Magic memories. Thank you for your New York tour,
Merisi

Anonymous said...

Parisbreakfasts at Tiffany's...PERFECT!

Design.by.Kina said...

Breakfast at Tiffany's- sigh!

Unknown said...

Diamonds and beauty!! A great way to celebrate Christmas.

Unknown said...

Beautiful. Enjoy the rest of your holiday.

simon said...

she is my favorite actress.....

Frederik Das Kätzchen said...

Feliz Natal, querida (dear) Carol!

Anonymous said...

Ah...great choice to end this with Audrey--she was such a class actand just a truly lovely person...such a gamine and yet so elegant...She's a big fave...Did you see where her dress in that photo was recently auctioned off? I loved her...such a compassionate person, too.