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Harvey Nichols Plunders Italy for the Brits' Shopping Pleasure This Holiday

Every holiday, British department stores compete for whose ad will wring the most tears out of their customers. Given that this is a pretty crowded race, Harvey Nichols shoots for a category in which it’s pretty much alone—the appeal of pure, unfettered materialism. 391 more words

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Santa's Grotto

It feels like every year the run up to Christmas is starting earlier and earlier. By the beginning of December most people I had spoken to had made a reasonable dent in their Christmas shopping lists and they were just sorting out their last few stocking fillers. 500 more words

Food

Christmas Windows Talk

Every single one of us (talking to my female audience :)) goes “Window shopping” from time to time to find out what will be IN for the following season. 419 more words

London

A Fancy Trimmings Hamper from Harvey Nichols

How are you getting on with your Christmas shopping? I think I’m just about there with mine – I’m fortunate to have fellow food-loving friends and family and so it’s always a pleasure thinking of things to buy them. 262 more words

Product Reviews

Eight historic department stores in London…5. Harvey Nichols

Another Knightsbridge institution, the origins of luxury fashion department store Harvey Nichols (known to many as ‘Harvey Nicks’) go back to the founding, by Benjamin Harvey, in 1831 of a small  linen shop in a terraced house on the corner of Knightsbridge and Sloane Street. 300 more words

Twentieth Century

TOP 5: LONDON CHRISTMAS WINDOWS

As written for LondonCalling.com

The official countdown to Christmas has begun, waking up each morning eagerly for that next piece of chocolate in your advent calendar and store windows across the capital are now lit up with their own take of the festivities. 933 more words

Arts & Culture

A Coffeetography of Birmingham

After spending four years away studying at Oxford and then SOAS, I moved back to Birmingham just a little over a year ago. The move to Birmingham was economically motivated, as I decided I would pursue my PhD as a self-financing student. 1,148 more words

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