Today, I thought of you. I knew I was going to the Galeries Lafayette and at the Printemps so I took my camera, I played the tourist, and . . . .
what? Buying something for you? Well, . . . . .I 've forgotten your size.
Next time, maybe, if I don't forget my credit card. Or if my banker let me use it.
Anyway, in opposition to most of the French people, I'm not chauvinistic at all, and I affirm that these department stores are two of the most marvelous in the world, ( I would add Harrods in London). They are the temple of fashion and tend by their items. But the buildings by themselves are old fashion and splendid, inside and outside, from basement to their respective terrace.
The Dome of the Galeries Lafayette
Ground floor, Perfumery
I have been a little bit compeled to post by For The People, so, would you be so kind as to give me an explanation in the comment part, pleeaase . See how we are well-educated!
By we, I mean French people, I don't speak of myself saying "we". Not yet!
That deserves comments, no?