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The most popular doll of the 20th century (and probably the 21st) is becoming the subject of an exhibition in a French museum for the first time. The Musée des Arts Décoratifs has 700 dolls to show you over 1,500m², and a lot of art that she inspired.
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The most hyped boutique in the world, nay the universe, celebrates its 15-year anniversary with a tiny, tiny party. And over 100 sponsors. Seriously.
With over 1,100 stands and 4,600 animals to see, this event can be pretty daunting, but the 49th edition of the agriculture show does its best to make visiting more manageable by organising itself into four themes, and proposing eight different routes to see the things that will interest you most…
Sounds like an odd idea, but the more you read about it, the more interesting it gets!
So who had the bonkers idea of dressing up Xmas trees as Asterix, Shrek and The Simpsons? The Paris Scool of Florists, that’s who!
photos: Madeline Florance. Click an image to see the original blog post on paris.fr
Sometimes, less is more, and Le Bon Marché has eschewed toy-filled windows of puppets and rock music for an altogether classier approach – an education bu fun sound and light show that tells a sweet story about the stars. Magical ! (lire la suite / continue reading)
Le Printemps isn’t going to let its neighbour Galeries Lafayette win the battle of the Xmas displays, oh no! With GL going all out for rock and fashion, le Printemps takes a more sedate and classy path with its Rêves d’Evasion theme othcestrated by Karl Lagerfeld, sponsored by Chanel and inaugurated by Mrs. Johnny Depp, Vanessa Paradis (and her giant cheekbones!)
We made out annual pilgrimage – as many do – to see the famous animated window displays in the department stores near Opera. At les Galeries Lafayette, they’ve gone for a fashion-slash-rock concept, but is it any good? Come see our photos and film…
First edition of Mini Vintage, a vintage fair for kids’ toys etc. at the Bastille Design Center, 10th December 2011
An interesting concept in an interesting venue we haven’t seen yet. We are so there!