Monday, October 22, 2012

Paris Rouge - La femme en rouge


Less than a block from our apartment, this window with head to toe rouge made me smile every time I passed it.

17 comments:

Gunn said...

To me it looks like Oleana, a Norwegian style and product. Take a look at the link:http://www.norvege.no/News_and_events/policy/Les-articles-Oleana-disponibles-en-France/

And please take a look at the you tube film at the end of the link.


Good morning from me here in Stavanger / Norway

ALAIN said...

L'orteil rouge ? Il va falloir que je révise mon anglais.

Cezar and Léia said...

J'adore! :)
Léia

Joe said...

An eye catcher V.

Sam @ My Carolina Kitchen said...

A very sophisticated look. The hat reminds me of flappers.
Sam

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

I think that is why it is called window shopping !!!!

Virginia said...

Gunn, thanks for the link. Those red outfits did look very much like this. I loved their site!

Alain,
Red toe? Oh my, we have an anglais/français thing going here! :)

Richard Ewen said...

Excellent reds. Retro 20's hat?

Kristie Franklin said...

Gorgeous outfit!I love the cloche and swing coat. Ooh la la! :)

Alexa said...

I'll bet it did! Even the table is red—it's like they knew you were coming, V.

Malyss said...

That's what we call in french a "total look" !

Peter Olson said...

Soldes, Sales... Maybe you can make some nice acquisitions in red for yourself during the coming January sales? Or, will 2013 be a year of a diferent colour?

Virginia said...

Peter, as you know I don't come to Paris to shop, rather to PHOTOGRAPH the shops, but I think the rouge is here to stay, although bleu is creeping up!

Malyss, ha, the total look is a bit much but I still loved the window.

Anne said...

tres chic -- those red boots! Please come visit my new blog if you have time...

Jack said...

No, no, no, Virginia. Red is a wonderful accent color. This is too much. (Sorry.)

Vreni said...

"Trop de rouge, Madame!" That´s what I heard some years ago in the bookshop of the Centre Pompidou: I wore a red jacket, my hair was (and is still)red and even the counter was red. Too much for Monsieur at the cash desk ;-)

Mary said...

Chic! And i adore the red. It's the color of love. :)