Thursday, 23 October 2014

Dolce and Gabbana, London

We feel that it would be best not to put trees in schemes.  Why is that we hear you ask so sincerely?  Well, they really never look right, there is a kind of forceful fake 'reality' about them and they are just never convincing are they?  Its ok D&G we don't hate the scheme in the slightest, in fact actually it is, OK,  well not very interesting but it is very well produced.  We've lost count of the number of forest-like schemes, the hidden garden, the Italian garden, the water garden, the list goes on, all with precariously placed branches glue-gunned on and dubious plants strategically placed and just don't get us started on the Silver birches which no doubt some brand somewhere will do this Christmas.....oh you know the score.  Lets just move on from this malarkey shall we as it just looks fake, it doesnt really work and if it were real it would just steam up your windows anyway.  Leave gardens in, well gardens or move your store there.  Problem solved.

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