This year's theme is the Harrods train, and it is quite a work of art. All of the windows continue with the train theme with tv screens showing moving images as if you are on the train, it's all stunning and sumptuous and well worth a visit (although I have yet to check out Fortnum's to see who has done it best this year!)
The ChristmasWorld (decorations) is a bit of a let down, the local Cotswold garden centres are doing it better. It is a fraction of the normal size and all the really glamorous Katherine's Collection stuff, which must be heirlooms for the future, have been replaced with cheap tat.
But the fashion and shoes are as spectacular as ever!
We had intended on coffee and cakes in Harrods, but the atmosphere was a bit flat, so we headed to Nespresso to buy our biannual haul and tried lots of free ones, so it was a frugal trip to Knightsbridge.
I wore Zara leather jacket, Joseph cowl neck top, Zara coated jeggings, and very old pointy Dior boots (now back in fashion again thanks to Gianvito Rossi, who I had never heard of and suddenly seems to be everywhere).
I carried my knock-off H bag, which is so convincing that I was offered 6000 euros for it in a vintage accessories store on Rue Dauphine in Paris....although I still skulked through the Hermes concession in Harrods feeling like a fraudulent pleb, so may be it's not worth it!
Do you have any regular haunts that you visit to get you in the Christmas frame of mind?