The Hermès shop window, using Seurat as their backdrop, in shadowbox form.
Whilst Louis Vuitton wows with its glass wall sculpture and pink tentacled window displays.
Is fashion imitating art?
You might also notice the cordoned area to the right of this picture, inviting shoppers to queue, to restrict the number in the shop at any one time. In the eighties in Hong Kong this was for Japanese tourists, but today, it is for the huge influx of shoppers and tourists from China, who now form Thailand's largest segment of overseas visitors. There is a strange juxtaposition of very expensive brand stores in these glitzy shopping malls, and not so far away street vendors peddling the knock-offs that still attract visitors.
A tale of two cities, or art not imitating real life.