Hermes and the Wizard of Oz.

We had to take a trip to Macau over the weekend to activate my HK visa and I was pretty taken by this Hermes window display in the Wynn Macau.

So I mistakenly didn’t include her shoes, but I will tell you that they weren’t red. Although that is a cute little red satchel.

I wonder if they had to go out and make this tin man?

This is actually a pretty good looking guys outfit, don’t you think? I love that the jacket lining is orange. And I really like that guy’s overnight bag. Very handsome.

I think the tornadoes were my favorite part!

So there are eight Hermes stores in Hong Kong, plus two in Macau (where the above shots were taken), compared to 28 in all of the states. But of course, Hong Kong is the size of 426 square miles, or 1/3 the size of Road Island or the size of the city of Houston or the island of Oahu.

In short, the density of the high-end shopping here is just insane. You can’t walk five feet in any direction without running into Gucci or Jimmy Choo’s or Cartier. Apparently, all the main landers come here to get their luxury goods fix. And, yes, they really do shop, not just look, judging by all of the bags I see being carried into our hotel.

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