London’s West End Christmas Windows and Displays

On a recent Sunday morning, The Boy and I were in town by 09.30 to check out the West End’s Christmas windows and displays.

We began in Knightsbridge for Harrods and Harvey Nichols.

Lots of gold on show at Harrods
Harvey Nicks went for outside decoration

From Knightsbridge, we strolled along Piccadilly to The Ritz Hotel and Fortnum and Mason.

Fortnum’s windows for the win 🙂

Behind Piccadilly, on Jermyn Street, we found Beau Brummell gazing into an empty Princes Arcade.

Tiffany‘s display on Bond Street and was popular with early morning Instagrammers. It was a case of grab your shot while you can. 🙂

And finally, Annabel‘s on Berkeley Square had gone all out and turned their building’s façade into a gingerbread house.

Which one is your favourite?

9 thoughts on “London’s West End Christmas Windows and Displays

  1. My favourite us the gingerbread house. Burlington Arcade looks pretty fabulous too.
    Thank you for posting these photos. I haven’t been to London for so long, since before the wretched pandemic took over the world. I miss our great capital city.

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  2. Although there is no glitz and sparkles, I think that Annabel’s is my favourite. Love that view looking down Burlington Arcade. You are so lucky to be close enough to pop in early and grab photos before the crowds – thanks for sharing them too!

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  3. What a fun morning. WOW to all the stores making Christmas spirits soar. I don’t think I can pick a favourite window, but I do want that tea pot in Fortnum’s window.

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  4. Absolutely glorious! I do love the Burlington arcade … Hopefully when Covid is a distant memory and my grand-daughter is of an age to appreciate it all, we and her Mum will make a three-generations trip following in your footsteps :). Thank-you for bringing us the glamour of the capital in your super photos!

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