Because to us, Christmas doesn't last just one day. Frankly with all the food we shovel, it's more like 'Christmas Hibernation'. Anyways, as it's now acceptable to be seen using an electrical appliance (my Mum turned the Internet off yesterday to prevent surfing the web!) I thought it's time to check out what the designers do over Christmas. They've showcased their creative flair all year around, so how do they top it off at Christmas may you ask? Let's take a look at the most jaw-droppingly, jealousy-inducing, spectacular Christmas trees probably on offer.
From Louis Vuitton- those gold balls are making us rethink if diamonds are the only girl's best friend.
From Hermes, this is a clever twist on the classic Christmas tree. This way saves a repeat of the infamous National Lampoon scene where Chevy Chase clips open his huge tree, and spreads its wings.
From Dior, obviously keeping the housestyle of their latest floral, fragrance called 'Miss Dior Cherie'. I like this tree, but it doesn't strike me as Christmassy. If the flowers followed a red or green colour scheme it would've made it more suitable. Pinks and whites make it feel like Spring or a wedding- in comparison to the frosty, Winter that Christmas is about.
From Stella McCartney, unsure if this is just a tree topper or the actual tree- but it's simple, minimalist and does capture the trademark star at the top of the Christmas tree. Although, from Stella McCartney you would expect something more refined around the edges.
From Jean Paul Gaultier, this tree has sex appeal and is clearly a little cracker in itself. Maybe dressing up your Christmas tree in clothes will be a future trend across the next generation of Christmas trees?
Merry Christmas and remember, keep indulging :)