Favourite French bag brands

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My top 3 : Fauvette Paris, Léo et Violette and Louvreuse

Savoring a milkshake in the Fifties

New Look’s milshake clutch bag and Oscar de la Renta vichy dress. The background refers to American Fifties diners.

Quelle allégresse que de s’élever dans le ciel !

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Dolce Gabbana’s bag This painting called “Les hazards heureux de l’escarpolette” was realized by Jean-Honoré Fragonard in 1767. He was an important French Rococo painter

Baroque magnificence


Dolce Gabbana’s bag
Baroque (derived from “Barocco” meaning in portuguese “irregular pearl or stone”) was an artistic movement born in Rome, Italy in 1600 and which lasted until 1700. The Baroque movement embraced all the art domains : painting, architecture, sculpture, music, dance… Baroque rejected the classicism. This movement was characterized by the spectacular, abondance of details, dramatic effects, the luxury…

Beauty and the beast

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Danielle Nicole created the rose bag and Judith Leiber designed the book clutch. The yellow gown is from Bambah.

Fashion videos

Video is essential in the digital strategy of the fashion brands. Most of them have their own youtube channel and produce videos posted on social media. Through videos, brands communicate about collections, aesthetic,  values, identity, specifities, craftmanship…

Sestra Paris

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Sestra is a French leather goods and jewelry brand founded by two sisters in 2013. This year, the brand launches its first shoes capsule collection. The founders use noble and high quality materials : the leather comes from France and … Continue reading

Avril Gau

Avril Gau is a French bags and shoes brand founded in 2002. The designer creates high quality, elegant and chic shoes and bags. I love especially the mary jane shoes and the crossbody bags. The models are classic with a fanciful touch (gold  heels, metalized shoes…).

The website : http://www.avrilgau.com/

There are two shops in Paris : 17 Rue des Quatre Vents, 75006 Paris and 46 Rue Croix des Petits Champs, 75001 Paris