Sound the trumpets, we have a new website! We are super excited to unveil this new site and we hope you will like it too! To celebrate all children got dressed in clothes by the French brand La Fabrique de Rilou, to visit the Paris Hotspot Le Village Saint Paul.
Le Village Saint Paul is truly a village – it is a self-contained area dedicated to peace and the art of living. This tiny block of houses with its stone streets is entirely pedestrian and accessible only through arched passageways. It is located just behind Saint Paul Church, between the noisy rue de Rivoli and the busy road bordering the Seine.
This is a wonderful place to come with your family and friends to play hide and seek, run around and to look for some antiques. You’ll find about 200 antique dealers with their doors open every day of the week including Sunday. From medieval design to 1970s retro, the choice is yours.
You are welcome to bargain with the dealers something I didn’t have to tell my boy, Alexander, twice.
There they go! Book hunting!
Honestly wonder what Alexander said to Lazare!
Oh yes, the boys both found a book! Or actually it was Philomène, Lazare’s sister, who found a book with the title “La Petite Lazare”.
Alexander, and Simples et Purs‘s magical trio Anasthase, Philomène and Lazare are all dressed in La Fabrique de Rilou’s beautiful clothing.
Simple and comfortable cuts with a touch of retro are to the fore coupled with a touch of humor and poetry. The collections are hand made in France, and are either limited edition or unique.
Impact on the environment is important to La Fabrique de Rilou and natural bio degradable materials are preferred. The range of colours (olive green, lilac, gray..) are soft and sober but decorated with subtle shades representing a world of sweetness and light that accompanies the child in his discovery of the world!
All photo’s taken by Emily Kornya.