Friday, June 06, 2008

Out of this world good...


...the florists in Paris, that is. 

Seriously, unbelievably stocked with the most amazing blooms - and as with all things French, the displays are the works of art as well. I ogled a lot more than the ones I managed to photograph {thanks to the downpour}...but was always blown away.

Off out tonight to see this at the cinema {beyond excited!}...so that should be a lovely start to the weekend! Hope you have something nice planned as well?...

My intern Sophie is doing a wonderful job so far - it is nice to have someone else in the workshop with me for a change! Lots of chatting ;)

Happy Friday all,
xo

9 comments:

Chris said...

That top photo looks good enough to print on a notecard.

Your jewelry is stunning. I keep eyeing that anemone leaf necklace. One of these days . . .

Kelly McClorey said...

oh my. flower heaven!

wouldn't you love to work in a place like that? surrounded by all that prettiness...sublime.

enjoy tonight! i want to again already to take it all in...i was so excited i kept pinching myself when it started! enjoy the clothes and the girls : ) we'll have to share a review!

bon weekend! xxx

Camilla Engman said...

So how was it, the movie?

Abigail A. Percy said...

A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!! ;) I loved it!

Camilla Engman said...

So I'll have to go and see it then :)

lisa s said...

beautiful....
and a good movie!! :D

Hungry Female said...

Hello Abigail,
Writing to you as a big fan (I have your chestnut earrings and am eyeing up another pair)! Loving your Paris pictures, Paris is such a classic but still cutting edge arty place!
Great to learn you are a SATC fan too (how amazing would your earrings look on Samantha!?), enjoy! Shuwen xx

nicole said...

oh, you're so right!

it's girl's nite this evening and then my husband and I are going hiking this weekend - so, a good one :)

Lola Is Beauty said...

ohhhh, is that the florist in rue vieille du temple where they wrap pink roses in black tissue? sighing...I keep thinking of moving to Paris but there is something about visiting, then missing it, then the magic you get when you go back that I'm a bit addicted to. I'd hate to ever be blase about it...