Over the past few years, Selfridges, the iconic London department store, has kicked off the New Year with a campaign that showcases young artists and designers.
This year, they decided to showcase artists and designers who range in age from late 40s to 80s.
The campaign is called Bright Old Things.
All 14 of the creative types featured in the Bright Old Things campaign "embraced a new vocation later in life." For example, Sue Kreitzman, whose Selfridge's store window is above, is a food writer turned artist.
It wasn't bad enough that Lululemon's founder blamed the company's too-sheer yoga pants on "women's rubbing thighs," a Lululemon store in Bethesda, Maryland, celebrated the holiday season with a window that says:
Cups of Chai Apple Pie Rubbing Thighs?
The Internet called them out on it and Lululemon has since taken down the offending window advertising.