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Paris is beautiful in the rain. Passing the time at a sidewalk café waiting for the rain storm to subside is a perfect excuse for going solo. Or open your umbrella and stroll through the Jardin des Tuileries or Jardin du Luxembourg and soak up the ambience of Paris when it drizzles and few others are around.
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You may also enjoy A Woman’s Paris™ blog, The Child Madeline, by Natalie Ehalt-Bove. Natalie shares her love of Madeline, who brings a deserved respect for girls and children worldwide. Excerpts from Mad About Madeline: The Complete Tales, by Ludwig Bemelmans.
Or, French Impressions: an interview with Alice Kaplan, author and professor of French at Yale University. Ms. Kaplan shares her new book, Dreaming in French: The Paris Years of Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy, Susan Sontag, and Angela Davis, on the process of transformation. By entering into the lives of three important American women who studied in France, we learn how their year in France changed them, and how they changed the world because of it.
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Give a gift that’s Paris – Apple iPhone, iTouch and iPad cases. Eiffel Tower, Tuileries Gardens, Avenue Montaigne, Crêpes Suzette, Palais Royal, and Woman on a Bicycle: six watercolor paintings of Parisian scenes by Barbara Redmond. Worldwide currencies and shipping.
Fine art paintings of Paris
Fine art prints of paintings by Barbara Redmond of famous streets and places and gardens of Paris. Printed on archival 100% cotton paper, each print is signed and dated. Or email Barbara at firstname.lastname@example.org. Free shipping in the continental U.S.A.
Text copyright ©2012 Barbara Redmond. All rights reserved.
Illustration copyright ©2012 Barbara Redmond. All rights reserved.
I love these postings showing the clothing and accessories! Please keep them coming! When I was younger and visited Paris I packed purely for comfort, but now that I’m a “femme d’une certaine age” (!) I want to look chic!!! 🙂 Merci beaucoup pour la lecon de couture! Bisous!
Barbara Redmond, A Woman’s Paris™ said:
Was being stylish important to you growing up in your teens? Is it now? How do you define style or fashion? These are the personal style questions we ask women and men in our interview series “French Impressions,” which posts each Wednesday. What is your style? Do you have a special approach? We’d love to hear!