Chanel, シ ャ ネ ル

My Louis Ghost chair meets my Chanel makeup and jewelry. A must have in any darling’s makeup kit is the ultra stylish Chanel nail polish. My favorites are their Pearl Drop, Flamme Rose, and Violette colors. Elegant, discrete and always appropriate.

Their lipsticks work wonders as well. I chose these specifically to coordinate with my le vernis but also because they look amazing on. Same goes here, elegant, discrete and always appropriate. Perfect!

(Window displays of garments: Chanel, Ginza)

A Kartell Ghost

My Kartell Louis Ghost chair by Philippe Starck has arrived and now been installed at my desk. What do you think? Funny, I’ve been getting mixed reviews but I’m still charmed. Like I thought, it fits in perfectly with my two delicious Bourgie desk lamps by Ferruccio Laviani. Very stylish and very luxurious in transparent polycarbonate.

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Gucci Café, グッチ カフェ

Stopped by Ginza’s Gucci building for some shopping and a bite to eat at their very own Gucci Café. Hidden away on the fourth floor, it’s not an easy place to find unless you’ve heard about it beforehand or happen to stumble upon it while shopping and exploring the many floors of the mega boutique. The lobby felt like a hotel reception area while the dining room featured lovely high ceilings and panoramic windows with a soft view over the Ginza neighborhood.

Fine dining in the sky, it felt like stepping into another time, a place where I might easily bump into a glamgoddess such as the ever so stylish Greta Garbo. It’s the perfect place to spend a lazy afternoon and relax after exhausting oneself shopping.

The stylish Gucci menu. I found the perfect option to be a set lunch which is served between 11am to 3pm. It allows customers to choose a light meal option from the menu and pair it with a choice from their delicious dessert menu and refresh with either coffee, tea, or juice.

I had a light salad with a fresh juice and then indulged in a lemon tart with delicious Italian gelato for dessert. The café uses almost only made in Italy ingredients.

A very stylish crowd, including myself of course. Dress: linneabylinneanilsson

On my way out I picked up a goodie bag with some Gucci chocolates to enjoy later.

Stylish and delicious is my verdict.

Tsumori Chisato, ツモリチサト

It’s a jungle out there! As summer’s heating up, it seems appropriate to see the tropical rainforest theme in darling Tsumori Chisato’s Minami Aoyama boutique.

Palm trees, tropical birds and animals filled the funky window display. Great fun to see someone going all out on a wonderful theme.

Towers in the Sky – Ginza

Exploring the Ginza neighborhood has turned out to be very fun for obvious reasons. In every little corner of the lavish shopping district you find a Cartier, Bvlgari, Gucci, Dior, Chanel, Giorgio Armani, Salvatore Ferragamo, etc. buildings with endless floors of shopping. This is proving to be tough competition for my other favorite shopping district here in Tokyo, the Minami-Aoyama, Omotesando area.

The Bvlgari Dream

Shopping in the notorious luxury district Ginza, Tokyo can put quite the squeeze on your funds, especially when the object of one’s desire lays on a divine Bvlgari necklace with a price tag of 86,730,000 Japanese Yen. Yikes! Perhaps the only shopping I’ll be doing is window shopping but one can dream, right?

To coordinate with the necklace, these matching earrings are perfection. Price tag: 9,345,000 Japanese Yen, quite the bargain in comparison. It must be a dream to deal with precious darlings such as these on a daily basis.

The Bvlgari dream is Bvlgari everything! I have a special weakness for their Leoni and Monete collections.

I die! Their Mediterranean Eden jewelry collection is absolutely delicious, it is a colorful garden of precious symbols and materials. My birthday and Christmas wishlists are officially done, hurrah! Let s hope Santa’s feeling generous…

Marie Antoinette and Ladurée

Feeling inspired and motivated after seeing the Table of Marie Antoinette article in the Japanese Best Flower Arrangement magazine, I decided to create my own version of the table of Marie Antoinette. Featuring my favorite macaroons from Ladurée and my lovely Cire Trudon Marie Antoinette candle which I picked up earlier this year in their Paris boutique. Yum to both! What say you, a table fit for a queen?

Click here for the post from when in Paris!