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Oasis, London

There's a wonderful vintage feel and a hint of nostalgia about this scheme at Oasis and where better to see nostalgia than London, and goodness knows we do it so well.  Mannequins in masks hint to the party season and flora nodding to the season...
by Retail Store Windows on Dec 6, 2016

Richmond Park Donation Scandal Rocks the Green Party

An internal party report written by the Chair and two other senior members of Kingston Green Party, reveals that pressure was put on the two local parties which cover the Richmond Park constituency, not to stand a candidate in the recent by-election.
by London Green Left on Dec 6, 2016

Book Review: Wolf Hall by Hilary Mantel

I truly enjoyed Ms. Mantel’s writing, it is sharp, distinct and lively.

Ralph Lauren, London

If you happen to be looking for something glamorous to wear at your winter lodge then look no further.  As always, Ralph Lauren looks incredible at their Bond street store and it was no easy task to capture this scheme given that there are so ma...
by Retail Store Windows on Dec 5, 2016

PG Connects London, Europe’s largest mobile games industry conference, returns in bigger, better, bolder form on 16th-17th January to kick off the 2017 PGC Series

Featuring 8 tracks that cover every key facet of the mobile games sector, 140+ speakers offering unmissable expert insight, and more than 1,600 delegates representing 50+ countries, 600+ companies for a genuine full cross-section of the industry, and...
by iPhoneGlance on Dec 5, 2016

In memory of Rob Patterson 1952 - 2016

Images Courtesy and Copyright Proportion>LondonWith a Visual Merchandising industry so vast and so varied it is often easy to forget that behind the glazing of any fashion store, each amazing bust form or mannequin has been so lovingly and so crea...
by Retail Store Windows on Dec 5, 2016

Pull and Bear, London

Rocking the out sized illuminated 'Xmas' Pull and Bear have installed a relatively simple scheme here at their store along Oxford Street.  We have followed this brand throughout 2016 and have seen some great schemes over the year and this one ev...
by Retail Store Windows on Dec 4, 2016

Sherlock Holmes Museum at 221B Baker Street | Review

Private Detective Sherlock Holmes – from my humble point of view – has been the most influential fictional character among all I read, and everything I watched. Unless I read him, I suspect if I would have attempted even blogging. I am unable to...
by Vanity Moments on Dec 3, 2016

Aspinal, London

Images Courtesy and Copyright www.millingtonassociates.comIt has been freezing cold here in London recently so this is the perfect scheme to compliment the season.  A curtain of snow pearls and a snow drift support the product here with giant sn...
by Retail Store Windows on Dec 3, 2016

The Sherlock Holmes Museum at 221B Baker Street, London

Private Detective Sherlock Holmes – from my humble point of view – has been the most influential fictional character among all I read, and everything I watched. Unless I read him, I suspect if I would have attempted even blogging. I am unable to...
by Vanity Moments on Dec 3, 2016

The Adventure of the Sherlock Holmes Museum at 221B Baker Street, London

Private Detective Sherlock Holmes – from my humble point of view – has been the most influential fictional character among all I read, and everything I watched. Unless I read him, I suspect if I would have attempted even blogging. I am unable to...
by Vanity Moments on Dec 3, 2016

Bally, London

Images Courtesy and Copyright www.millingtonassociates.comThis is one of the best schemes we have seen in 2016 at Bally.  In collaboration with www.millingtonassociates.com the brand have used their iconic Red Moon mountain logo in conjunction w...
by Retail Store Windows on Dec 2, 2016

Greens call for immediate and full reinstatement of suspended lecturer Indro Sen

Indro SenPeter Murry, Trade Union Liaison officer for the London Federation of Green Parties and for Brent Green Party has issued the following statement in support of Indro Sen, suspended by the management of the College of North West London:As Trad...
by wembleymatters on Dec 2, 2016

Zac Goldsmith – Arrogant Prat gets his Comeuppance

With something like a swing of 22%, the Lib Dem candidate, Sarah Olney, won the Richmond Park by-election, overturning a Tory majority of over 23,000 votes at last year’s general election. Zac Goldsmith, resigned from the Tories (sort of) to protes...
by London Green Left on Dec 2, 2016

Fun Facts Friday: You Only Live Twice by Ian Fleming

The story was written after the film Dr. No was released, literary 007 gotten some of cinematic Bond’s persona.

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by Scam on Dec 2, 2016

Anthropologie, London

You cant beat a good old Anthropologie scheme and a celebration of the hand made.  Out sized snowflakes, faux frosting and fantastic products fill their Regent street store and a great example of sustainability in store windows too.  We wil...
by Retail Store Windows on Dec 1, 2016

Tate Modern Exhibition - Southbank - London

I was blessed to have a long weekend in London from 24th to the 28th November 2016 to celebrate the occasion of my eldest daughter's marriage.  This gave me the opportunity during the weekend to make a brief visit, to an exhibition at Tate Moder...
by Travel Tales on Dec 1, 2016

Southwark Cathedral and The Shard - London - Under A Blue Sky - Letter U - ABC Wednesday

Architecture Old and NewI took this photograph on Sunday 27th November 2016 and am using it today for ABC WednesdaySouthwark Cathedral and The Shard - London - Under A Blue Sky - Letter UABC Wednesday...
by LindyLouMac's World in Photos on Nov 30, 2016

Researchers have elucidated the mystery phenomenon ( London Fog of 1952 killed about 12,000 people )

Photo: 123rf.comLondoners are accustomed to foggy weather and dark clouds that appear in winter. But in early December, 1952, the fog of city residents have been fatal.At that time 14,000 people died and 150,000 have suffered respiratory infections.
by Potent Scientia Est on Nov 19, 2016


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