‘A CRYSTAL CHRISTMAS’ INSPIRED BY SWAROVSKI


‘A CRYSTAL CHRISTMAS‘ INSPIRED BY SWAROVSKI

For the first time ever, Swarovski will be joining forces with Harrods this Christmas to dazzle shoppers in London with iconic Christmas window designs.  ‘A Crystal Christmas’  will bring shoppers an exclusive range of Limited Edition luxury gifts for 2011.

On November 5th, Harrods will unveil a spectacular window display that will convey an enchanted crystal forest. Customers will be invited to visit this unique winter wonderland to experience ‘The World of Swarovski’.
The fantasy backdrop will be home to many of the showcased Exclusive and Limited Edition Crystal Christmas products. We can hardly wait to see what will be offered.
Highlighted in the central windows on the ground floor will be an exclusive Swarovski Christmas Boutique.

Each of Harrods’ seven floors will have its own individual ‘Crystal Christmas’ area, especially designed to highlight the exclusive collection of unique pieces. The range of products made with Swarovski Elements includes food, clothing, decorations, & bed linens, all produced by internationally acclaimed brands such as: Azzaro, Frette, LADURÉE, Barbour, Givenchy and Missoni. The Atelier Swarovski collection by Rodrigo Otazu will also be featured.

The ‘World of Swarovski’ at Harrods will dazzle with a program of interactive events for the entire family. This initial unveiling is just a glimpse of the excitement and celebration that will follow the official launch of ‘A Crystal Christmas’ on November 5th.


About Swarovski
Swarovski has grown to be the world’s leading producer of precision-cut crystal for fashion, jewelry and more recently lighting, architecture and interiors. Today, the company, still family-owned and run by 4th and 5th generation family members, has a global reach with some 23,000 employees, a presence in over 120 countries and sales in 2010 of 2.06 billion Euros.
Swarovski’s own brand lines of accessories, jewelry and home décor items are sold through more than 1,900 retail outlets worldwide.
The Swarovski Crystal Society has close to 325,000 members across the world, keen collectors of the celebrated crystal figurines.
And in Wattens, Swarovski Kristallwelten, a multi-media crystal museum, was opened in 1995 to celebrate Swarovski’s 100th Anniversary. It has since become a popular, you don’t-want-to-miss tourist attraction in Austria.

About Crystal Fanatics Club

Established In 1999, Crystal Fanatics Club (CFC) is currently celebrating our 12th Anniversary as the PREMIERE site on the Web for Swarovski Collectors. We are a friendly, caring and eclectic mixture of people from all over the world!  For a modest subscription fee, we offer extensive Photo Galleries, Discussion Boards and Weekly Live Chats hosted from all around the world. CFC is a great place to “meet” like-minded crystal collecting friends to discuss your favorite products.

There are currentlyMORE THAN 9,000 Photos in our Photo Galleries, featuring ALL the info you need to know about every Swarovski issue, displayed in Full Color. A complete description is posted to each Photo in the Gallery, including ALL the Values for your Retired Swarovski Crystal.
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No More Need for Costly and Outdated Annual Books to document your Collection ! 

COME JOIN the Crystal Fanatics
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2 thoughts on “‘A CRYSTAL CHRISTMAS’ INSPIRED BY SWAROVSKI

  1. Robert says:

    Harrods!!!.Not for me.I am more a Woollies Man

  2. Nan says:

    Swarovski items are expensive and when you add the name of Harrods to it. The cost of anything goes through the roof. To much for my purse.

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