Showing posts with label petit bateau. Show all posts
Showing posts with label petit bateau. Show all posts

October 2, 2012

Carven x Petit Bateau

Two of my fave French brands in a collaboration?

Let's mark our calendars! :)

This collection will launch just in time for our Christmas wardrobes! x

June 6, 2012

Petit Bateau X Tsumori Chisato

I love the whimsical world of Tsumori Chisato & Petit Bateau is one of my favorite french brands.. So i'm always happy when they team up for a collection.

I like how they always have the same dresses for women & little girls.

December 27, 2011

Les marinieres de Petit Bateau...

Petit Bateau's spring looks for 2012.




Since I got my first mariniere striped top way back in 2009, I've always loved the simplicity of it & have now amassed a collection of marine-striped tops from everywhere. (including 2 more in the laundry basket :P)


But Petit Bateau is still my favorite go-to brand cos their cotton is the softest & thickest. Did you know they invented panties in 1913? :)

Can't wait till the new collection launches! xx

May 6, 2010

the Marais

Each time i have a day on my hands in Paris, I will walk around the Marais & lose myself in the streets & shops & the wonderful mix of old vs new.

One of the most beautiful museums in Paris.


Its manicured gardens stood regal & silent on an empty weekday afternoon. I felt like i had stepped into a secret Eden.


The Musee Carnavalet houses collections which tell the story of the history of Paris in paintings, artefacts & pieces of furniture.


The only man besides me in the garden.


I took a walk to the Place des Vosges, whose famous residents included Victor Hugo & Cardinal Richelieu.


The arcades of the place.


My secret rooftop cafe.


And then it was aperitif time at Hotel Costes. Always wanted to go but never found the time.



We chose a table which was a little more intimate.


Cocktails amongst books & a beautiful gift.


I always make time... for peace.


The church of Saint-Eustache. The organ is so grand & amazing. I read somewhere that it's the biggest organ in France & to be honest, i'm not sure i've seen bigger ones anywhere else.


I leave you now as I need to make my own Petit Bateau shirt.


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Bye bye xoxoxo

September 7, 2007

petit bateau

Forget all those big-name ostentatious brands... the most comfy t-shirts in the world come from Petit Bateau. Featured regularly in Vogue, they feel so soft on yr skin and go with everything.