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Well, we just finished London Fashion Week, and it's straight off to Paris. It might be hard work but at least the food's great in the evenings.

There are so many shows on in Paris this week. We do Premiere Classe, which is held in the Jardin Tuileries, and is the best show for accessories.

It's packed full of lovely things, and buyers come from all over the world to snap up the newest collections from their favorite designers. The sad thing is that lots of my personal favorites are not always available in the U.K. So I thought I would show you a few and perhaps you can track them down on the Internet or persuade your nearest Jewellery shop to get some in. Anyway, here are a few treats from Paris....

Eric et Lydie are old friends of mine. They are based in France and make the most lovely delicate pieces of jewellery popular around the world. Check put their gorgeous display at the show, and if you're in France you should visit their shops in Lisle or Paris.(Here's a map) We go and stay with them every year in their petit chateau in France, the kids love it! (and my wife Denise LOVES their jewellery).

Eric et Lydie's display

Eric et Lydie

Eric and Lydie on their stand

Eric and Lydie on their stand

Alexandre Francoise has also been a favorite of mine since I first saw her amazing original designs. She's a real artist. And do have a peek at her fantastic web-site too. (here) Here's a few snaps, but I'm sure you'll find more on-line. I know she sells on my favourite French/Japanese web-site Petite-Paris.

Alexandra Francois on her stand

Alexandra Francois on her stand

Alexandra Francois jewellery

Alexandra Francois jewellery

More lovely treats!

More lovely treats!

And Lyie van Rycke, again based in Paris, makes the cutest things. Cool hey? We share our lovely Australian agent and we're both really pleased with how well it's going out there. And she's lovely!

Lyie van Rycke

Lyie van Rycke

There are loads more, Servane Gaxotte (again at Petit Paris) and from Japan, Noguchi (can't find them on the net), and Yukie Deuxpoints, another French/Japanese fusion (www.yukiedeuxpoints.com)

Anyway, good luck jewellery hunting. Here's where we popped out for a breath of fresh air, right outside the exhibition.

Au revoir!

Boats in the Gardens

Boats in the Gardens

2 thoughts on “Paris Fashion Week”

  • hiromi

    Hi Alex,
    your collections are always the best!! It was really nice to be with you guys as usual. (I can't believe you find the time to update your blog just after the show! I haven't updated mine for ages...) I hope to see you in France (or Japan?!) again soon.
    Big kisses to all your family and Emma!!
    xxx

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  • Emma

    Hi Hiromi,
    Thanks again for all of your help at the show - you were great!
    I've just updated my blog too....we always manage to make time to do the fun things!
    Lots of love to you too x x x

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