We spent most of Saturday “licking the windows” (and doing a little bit of actual shopping too…in addition to picking up some gifts to bring home, I did some serious damage in Zadig & Voltaire). Apologies for the glare on the windows, but I just couldn’t figure out how to mitigate.
|These pivoines took my breath away|
|A different florist, equally as gorgeous|
|Maille mustards, a must-stop for us each trip |
|Yes, those are crocodile Birkins. Almost obscene, aren’t they?|
|Glassware at Hermès|
|Don’t remember the name of this chocolatier, but they had a tribute to Calder theme going.|
|Wild ‘n’ crazy lunettes |
|And some shoes from the Wild Child herself, Sonia Rykiel|
|Can you believe it? Those rhinestone-studded brogues are actually Church’s!|
|Stunning umbrellas and gloves…|
|Debauve & Gallais, the oldest chocolatier in Paris|
|At another chocolatier, Paul Hevin. |
And on that tantalizing note, we’re off to dinner!
Edited to add:
|This one was actually in Aix-en-Provence, but so clever I wanted to show you.|
(Note the name of the store in the reflection: Jules & Jim.)
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