journalist and interior designer…
“strikes a pose in the Palais-Royal…”
via vintage House and Garden magazine
Her flat in Paris…overlooks the Tuileries on that celebrated part of the Rue de Rivoli which, despite the noise, traffic and tourists is surely one of the most beautiful places to live in the city.
…colorful mise en scene, commemorating the bicentennial
of the French Revolution…styled by Marie-Paul
via vintage House and Garden magazine….
French mule shoes with tri-color cockade
Shoes through the ages
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Tiny french gift shop in San Francisco…
graced by it’s lovely dark haired owner
(french bangs…think Leslie Caron)…
Inspired by an 18th century book that chronicled
how the placement of a beauty mark, or “mouche,”
conveyed some secret message …
One of the most mundane household objects, the sewing needle,
is elevated by these fanciful domestic scenes…
Marie Antoinette in better times…
French milliner who specializes in historical design reproduced
a tricorne, bicorne and topper hat …
Doesn’t everyone need their own bicorne?
My hat on a vintage French Flag….
via United Planet