Friday, January 7, 2011
And my absolute favourite -
Having just visited the Big Apple and having a well known love of all things French, I understand the humour. I think it is just so clever. Genius!
Tuesday, December 7, 2010
Photos & links from Joules Clothing
Tuesday, November 30, 2010
Wednesday, November 24, 2010
Photos courtesy of Zimbio.com
Thursday, November 18, 2010
In her post, Amy Moss writes “Last year I was approached by The Cool Hunter to style some photos for a pitch to McDonald’s for an upmarket pop-up restaurant for fashion week. The concept was to give McDonald’s food a complete makeover and re-brand the fast food giant with an aesthetic suitable for a 5 star restaurant.” Read more about it here.
And the results …
Gucci fry, anyone?
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
Serge Bastarde Ate My Baguette - On the Road in the Real Rural France
'I found Serge's advice mostly useful and it would have been churlish to have refused his invitation to accompany him on a trip out in the country to 'forage for hidden treasures'. If the truth be known, I secretly couldn't resist the novelty of passing time with a bloke called Serge Bastarde'.
"When ex-blues drummer John Dummer decamps to France to start up as an antiques dealer and live the simple life, he doesn't count on meeting Serge Bastarde. The lovable (if improbably named) rogue and brocanteur offers to teach John the tricks of the trade in return for his help in a series of breathtakingly unscrupulous schemes. As the pair trawl through antiques markets and old farmhouses looking for hidden treasure, they get into more than their fair share of scrapes: whether they're conning hearty lunches from unsuspecting old peasants, secretly manufacturing priceless collectibles or losing a Stradivarius to gypsies. A hilarious romp through the real rural France, filled with eccentric characters, high jinks and unlikely adventures."
Ironically, having just finished the book, I stumbled across the wonderful website "My French Country Brocante" which gives francophiles like me who live so far from France an opportunity to flex the credit card muscles and deck out their own little French Country Homes.
An expensive hobby yes, but so worth it! (I tend to say that phrase a lot in my posts ...!)