And Pater admires the pretty Balenciaga dress swishing with the fish, and manages not to gasp at the price, displayed, as are the contents of almost all Paris windows, this time on the lower right portion of the photo.
Nearby, yet another amazing window featured this sculpture -- you can see Paul and me reflected on the left.
Here's the accompanying information about the work. You can see more from this sculptor at her blog ici.
Later that afternoon, as we walked down Rue Royale to get tea and macarons at Ladurée, we spotted more windows with a marine theme, this time at a very tony jeweler's.Don't fret -- no coral was killed for this window, but rather branches were cleverly coloured this convincing red.Across the Seine, after our tea (and yes, I have photos of macarons for you later), I spotted this clever display at Paul Smith's store on the Blvd. Raspail. Various sizes of shiny tin cans curve around the staircase opening.