Monday, 3 August 2009

Time for Tea!


Happy Monday! The weekend was over for us all too soon but here's a little something to ease your transition back into the work week.

Our new Tea Dresses are selling like hot cakes, and when you see them modelled by the divine Anna Fur Laxis there's no wonder.

They come in a massive variety of colours and fabrics so there should be something for everyone, regardless of your era of preference. Floral, dotty, plain, pirate. Grab yourself this seasons must have day dress (luckily, it also happens to be a classic!)

Don't forget to follow us on twitter - a special treat is coming, but it's for followers only.

Until next time, Au Revoir.

1 comment:

  1. Fruit of the meeting between Pascal Fournier, Mayor-assistant of the culture, Bruno Ricard, collector, and Jean-Marc Philippe, Film Director, the idea and the concept of this exposure were born in Boulogne-Billancourt.
    The Brigitte Bardot exposure, the years “unconcern” which will proceed from September 29th, 2009 to January 31st, 2010 with the MA30 - Landowski Space. A production Akouna-Tristan Duval.

    « Brigitte Bardot, les années insouciances» (“Carefree Years”)

    From September 29 – 2009 to January 31 - 2010At the MA30-Espace Landowski, in Boulogne- Billancourt (Paris).

    “Brigitte Bardot, Carefree Years” will recount the exceptional career of the French Movie star famous all around the world, but also her influence on Society, Fashion, Music, Medias and the revolution of the women Condition she has inspired.

    That huge and very ambitious exhibition will bring all the great works of the famous artists who have immortalized the French Icon of that time. Among those works, photographs by Sam Lévin, Robert Doisneau, Dussart, Izis and so on, will be showed;  Andy Warhol and Van Dongen pictures; dresses  made for BB by Paco Rabanne, Esterel, Christian Dior, Balmain, but also movie dresses and many scarce and unpublished photographs.
    The Bardot Phenomenon by all the artists
    Relive the “Carefree Years”, a chronological and immersive Trip through 1000 m2


    Informations - Réservation :
    Fnac, Carrefour and usual French sailing points


    Adress: MA30- Espace Landowski – 28, avenue André Morizet – 92100 BOULOGNE-BILLANCOURT (Paris)