what i like for 2011


Perhaps in 2011 I will open a shop like this too…


all images are by Virginie Sannier and the pop-up shop was organised by Sandrine from Neëst, items sold were from: coconMaizeMadame MTitlee,Train FantômeCéline Saby.

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  1. anabel

    lovely pop-up shop!
    happy new year to you and your beautiful family. hope it is filled with health, love, peace, laughter and work.

  2. AnnaDenise

    Happy new year!

    YES you should open a shop like that and then I will move to wherever you’re at and shop there every day. Yes?

    Can’t wait to see what you’ll bring us this year! I enjoy your blog so very much, although I often forget to comment. Sorry!

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