Whilst I was in Paris I was at the Porte de Clignancourt market. Officially it is called Les Puces de Saint-Ouen, but known to everyone as Les Puces (The Fleas). I spotted these amazing old necklaces, which would look good in my collection.
Chanel Christmas tree.
Candy at Selfridges, London.
Window decoration at Selfridges, London.
Tea from Kusmi.
Customize your own lightchains at Lafayette home in Paris.
Christmas decoration at Harrods, London.
I bought this beige wallpaper at Lafayette home in Paris.
Fake books at Lafayette home in Paris.
Picture 1&2: Free ‘P’ Star 8 rue Ste-Croix-de-la-Bretonnerie, 75004 Paris. Picture 3&4: Amazing leather jacket I fall in love with, but could’t afford. Picture 5: Coiffeur Vintage 32, Rue de Rosiers, 75004 Paris. Picture 6: The King of Frip, 33 rue du roi de sicile, 75004 Paris.
Here are some of the vintage stores that I found in the Le Marais area in Paris. I found two cool jackets in Freep’star – one of them I showed earlier. The King of Frip didn’t have much to offer the day I was there, however Coiffeur Vintage had lots of pretty cheap clothes and I enjoyed a good chat with the owner.