1960s fashion, Antonio Bernardo, Chanel, French Riviera, French style, French-Italian boarder, Hermes Caleche, la perle de la France, marie-helene de taillac, Mediterranean, Menton France, Mui Mui, Nars, Roger Vivier, sandals, Yves Saint-Laurent
Unabashedly playful in your jewelry, sunglasses, sandals and whimsical bag, breeze into this seaside town of gentle waves and sunny beaches at the French-Italian border, known as la perle de la France. Hyper-feminine among the seaside set in above-the-knee print dresses; colors shaded in citrusy yellows, shimmery pinks, fresh lime greens and azure blues of the Mediterranean. A waft of freshness and youth, a sweet lesson in day-to-night pure elegance and sophistication with a decidedly 1960s flair. Delightfully tempered by an Italian look and worn in impeccable French style. Strolling the wide promenade is no time for chichi couture!
$6,280 – brownsfashion.com
$255 – houseoffraser.co.uk
$30 – asos.com
$10 – zazzle.co.uk
You may also enjoy A Woman’s Paris® blog, Diving into Paris Fashion: From Famous to Fresh, by Parisienne Abby Rodgers, who asks the question, “…with veterans such as Lagerfeld making the move to the street-wear market, where is fashion headed in Paris and what influence does the newest generation have?”
Paris photo shoot — in search of the perfect Moroccan slipper, by Lisa Rounds, who tells of living the dream of working for publishing company in Paris. And the most memorable experience of an afternoon spent searching for the “perfect Moroccan slipper” (in red, of course) for a Cosmo photo shoot.
Ballet Flats in Paris: And God Made Repetto, by Barbara Redmond. What she got from a pair of flats purchased in a ballet store in Paris; a feline, natural style from the toes up; a simple pair of shoes that transformed her whole look.
French indulgence: a perfume of one’s own, by Barbara Redmond about her experience in the atelier of Master Perfumer Isabelle Burdel, Salon Privé, Cannes, France.
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 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 date. 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.