That is it, here we are, in Maison & Objet, spring and summer 2010. tomorrow the fair opens its doors and the stand is almost ready.
Some people smoke it, I dye it. And it is not less addictiv if you want to know. It takes me hours to find the right piece of fabric, a napkin, a kitchen cloth, a sheet that I sniff, choose and heft.
Take pictures of childhood is not that easy, these dyptic photos of Gala Colette are deep and poetic. I like them very much. You can see more of her work here.
I’d like to thank Marion, Gala, Eva, Alexandra, Princesse, Suzanne, mrs Kritsh, Alexandrine and all the people that have sent me a message these last few days to incourage me keeping on working with antique linen.
Now our days, you’d better have a sweater in wool to get warmer. Bertille wears a little hand made bolero found in a brocante on her dress in métis lined with laces.
Don’t see any joke in the title, even though, but I like collars of old chemises.
Plusieurs Anselme et Armand ont été adoptés, j’espère qu’ils plairont à leurs petits propriétaires.
Grande émotion ce matin lorsque j’ai découvert la mise en place des produits à la boutique Zazoubara ! Merci à Daphnée et Barbara d’avoir si joliment exposé la petite famille LTB et veillé aux moindre
After having worked on the prototypes for more than a year, the adventure of Les Toiles Blanches is launched.