Unless I am in some kind of crazy hurry, getting temporarily lost or misdirected in NYC is always a blessing, because it allows me to stumble upon amazing finds like this fantastic Neon Tiger. I spotted this beauty, from the sidewalk, inside a casual menswear boutique called Blue In Green, which is located on Greene Street, one block above Canal, in SoHo. Grrr.
When visual merchandising is responsible for probably 90% of retail sales, Dylan’s Candy Bar knows that the best way to sell bulk candy is to arrange it by its place in the color spectrum! That also makes iy much easier to get a photo of all the varieties of Pink Candy at one time!
OK, you can probably tell that this not a “proper” Pink Origami Dinosaur but, rather, what is meant to appear as a Dinosaur Wrapped in Pink Paper, as if it were gift waiting under the Christmas Tree! Other pink-wrapped gifts include a Guitar, a Swan Pool Floatie, a Globe, a Bicycle and a Cactus, among other items easily identified by their distinctive shapes.
It’s all part of a fun Holiday display that I spotted at H&M Clothing Store on 5th Avenue and 48th Street in Manhattan!
This holiday season, Hugo Boss joins forces with artist Jeremyville on a new capsule collection and campaign. Sleek Boss design collides with playful Jeremyville artwork in a limited-edition collection, featuring a cityscape inhabited by a unique cast of characters. Jeremyville’s adorable abstract characters — most notably the artist’s iconic Pink Bunny — also infiltrate the store’s front window and interior displays.
Photographed at The Shops at Columbus Circle in the Time Warner Center in Manhattan, New York City.
Summer is now in full swing, and what better way to celebrate summer than with a beach-themed Pink Thing of the Day! These eye-catching Pink and White Striped Beach Balls, each emblazoned with the image of a Pink Flamingo, where spotted as part of a fashion clothing display at Bergdorf Goodman on Fifth Avenue in NYC!
This tempting platter of mouthwatering Pink-Frosted Donuts is deceiving to the eye, for it is not actually a plate of sweet baked goods but a stack of fragrant soaps are also lovely to look at!
How many times each day do you think that the employees of this store, Sugar Bubbles Bath Bakery in Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia, have to ask customers to please not lick the merchandise?
Especially when the soaps smell like delicious Berry Cream Pie!
When we were walking back to our cruise ship after a lovely day in the very foggy port of St. John, New Brunswick, Canada, we passed by a store called Freak Lunchbox — which I absolutely had to check out, because Freak Lunchbox, WTF. Here is a story about just one of the crazy things we saw once we entered the store.
If you happen to pass a Freak Lunchbox store, please do yourself a favor and go inside, enjoy the fun and whimsical decor, and buy some candy!