Harrods may have the most unusual 2019 Christmas ornaments but a herd of cats are employed by another London department store!
Do some virtual shopping and take a tour of the lights with my pick of best store window in the videos below!
For Christmas would you like to swing around to London’s iconic bridge and watch some ice skating in the Tower of London?
That’s not before we’ve climbed atop a red London bus to see the lights and start a tour of all things Christmas!
There are all sorts of strange food offerings along Piccadilly by way of Fortnum and Mason’s Christmas Windows.
And Christmas certainly rocks in London 2018 with Elton John Bohemian Rhapsody and Selfridges’ Santa!
So, enjoy my 2018 picks for best Christmas store windows and lights in London in a special annual vlog which includes my choices of what to see at Christmas in London, including out of the way views and details!
It’s my annual review of the London Christmas store windows and Christmas lights in a double length, double decker filled vlog! I choose my three favorite store windows and wind up in front of a brass band at Piccadilly Circus, having covered Harrods, Selfridges, John Lewis and more.
Just as iconic as travelling down the River Nile by boat, being on a red London double-decker bus going down Oxford Street.
Fortnum & Mason has luxurious side windows full of their wares. Hear their clock and watch the William Fortnum and Hugh Mason figures in motion in my YouTube video.
Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana communicate family, tradition and celebration in their very own Harrods Christmas store windows.
These 2017 Selfridges Christmas windows remind me of an old film set in wartime Britain like “Bedknobs and Broomsticks”. Walking past these windows is like watching a really British Christmas parade march past.
So I hope you enjoy my take on this year’s Christmas store windows all around London in my annual vlog (below)!
And (name misspelled of course!) at my fave Starbucks on Vigo Street with a Toffee Nut Latte, taking a break from recording!
I hope you’ll enjoy pressing your nose against the glass of my choice of best three store windows.
And if you’re truly done with shopping, how about putting your feet up on a London bus seat with me, and take a virtual tour of the Christmas lights down Oxford Street and beyond in the video above!
Take a look at the red London bus dashing past Knightsbridge underground station, which could almost be an icing covered Christmas cake, on its way to Oxford Street.
Department store windows too, are part of the sleigh ride attractions through London at Christmas. Harrods, Liberty near Carnaby Street and Fortnum and Mason made it into my Vlog for 2015. Which is your favorite?