As you know, I keep a “dossier” translation: file folder, but it sounds so much more appealing and French to say dossier, on bits of information and news I like to share with you. We haven’t done this for a while so I thought on this bright Monday morning — it’s bright here for the moment, but lots of rain is forecast for this afternoon — would be an excellent time to indulge.
Mini headlines always make for easier reading and thus remove an attempt at awkward transition sentences.
|Cognac, an all important color this fall, in a pair of the world’s most luxurious gloves from Maison Fabre.|
The revered Maison Fabre, founded in 1924, is the go-to boutique for the most extraordinary gloves in the world. Rumor has it that that’s where Karl buys those black or white driving gloves he seems to wear all the time these days.
|How about these? I think they exactly reflect fall/winter’s “Mauve Mist” hue, don’t you?|
Always Maison Fabre has creative styles and sumptuous styles and colors. A pair of gloves is the perfect way to add a season’s of the moment color.
|Imagine these gloves in a sort of peachy cream with a black, navy or gray winter coat. Wouldn’t that be unspeakably elegant?|
If you’re planning a trip to Paris, the address for the charming boutique is: 128 Galerie de Valois in the First arrondissement. However, if you have no immediate travel plans, just click here. You will also note, all the gloves are on markdown. What more could a girl ask?
The Eiffle Tower Was Thirsty
Last night before watching the evening news I saw the latest advertisement (I’m assuming it’s the latest, I’ve never seen it before) featuring the Eiffel Tower bending over and taking a long refreshing drink of Perrier from its new tall, lean green can. Then the Tour Eiffel briskly whipped back up into its majestically erect position spraying Perrier into the air. Lots of fun.
One-Way Travel — Light
|Remember, you want a shot of Sangria this fall? Now you have it with this Longchamp tote.|
Whereas the return trip tends to be less so, particularly if one is on her way to a shopping trip in Paris. For such occasions what is more chic, more efficient and more practical than the fold-up Longchamp bags? If you want to get one for yourself or a gift at markdown prices, by all means go here quickly.
When Anti-Snobbism Is the Ultimate Snobbism
That’s why this sweatshirt/sweater is so much fun. You know the classic questions: Who are you wearing? Where did you find it?
Now you have the answer: “Not from Paris, Madame.”