Archive for April, 2011

Moscow here we come!

Tuesday, April 26th, 2011
I have always dreamt of visiting Russia.  There is this romantic notion I have with Russia with all the dramatic stories of the Czar’s and Czarina’s and all the fairy tales that come with it.  So finally being able to visit this fabled country was a real blessing.  Our first stop was its capital Moscow. When we were landing  I  already saw that it  was blanketed in snow and this made me more excited because I love cold weather!  LOL!
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The beautiful airport in Paris!  SO CHIC!

The beautiful airport in Paris! SO CHIC!

 In true Pinoy spirit!  Having to move stuff around to avoid the overweight charges!  LOL!  Check out the amazing fur clothes of Divine!

In true Pinoy spirit! Having to move stuff around to avoid the overweight charges! LOL! Check out the amazing fur clothes of Divine!

 Took the Russian carrier Aeroflot!

Took the Russian carrier Aeroflot!

 Looks like Moscow is still in winter mode!

Looks like Moscow is still in winter mode!

Views of the Moscow airport.

Views of the Moscow airport.

Our gang with our dear friend Mr. Ed Mananayaw.  Maraming salamat po, Sir Ed!

Our gang with our dear friend Mr. Ed Mananayaw. Maraming salamat po, Sir Ed!

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My first impression of Moscow was, it was really grey and dreary. Plus the traffic was a nightmare!  OMG!  If you think Manila is bad, multiply this by 100 and you get Moscow traffic!  It was really really challenging!  The traffic was so bad that we were late in attending Ambassador Victor Garcia‘s birthday party which was happening exactly on our day of arrival.  Can you imagine how fortunate we all were?  I mean, we land in Moscow and boom! there is a huge party waiting for us?! LOVE IT!
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Modern Moscow airport!

Modern Moscow airport!

It was snowing when we arrived!  YAHOO!

It was snowing when we arrived! YAHOO!

 Check out the giant buildings!  I am not sure if this is Stalin or Lenin style!  It really felt like GOTHAM city!

Check out the giant buildings! I am not sure if this is Stalin or Lenin style! It really felt like GOTHAM city!

TRAFFIC GALORE!  As in GRABE!

TRAFFIC GALORE! As in GRABE!

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I have to extend my deepest appreciation to the Ambassador and his wife Tita Connie for without them, we really would not have the best time in Russia.  Their kindness and valuable assistance from securing our visas all the way to  the efficiency  of their entire staff made all the difference in our vacation.  I felt the love in Russia because of them.
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We rushed ourselves into the party.   We arrived exactly when  Tita Connie and her friends were doing a dance number for the Ambassador.  Tita Connie is what I consider a legend in the diplomatic corps.  I have had the pleasure of meeting her in Paris and in Austria  and she never fails to brighten up any environment with her exuberant personality and style.
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The receiving room of the Philippine Ambassador in Moscow.

The receiving room of the Philippine Ambassador in Moscow.

That's Tita Connie leading the dance!

That's Tita Connie leading the dance!

 TIta Connie is an accomplished artist!  She did these Icons.

TIta Connie is an accomplished artist! She did these Icons.

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The party was already in full swing when we arrived.  Filled with distinguished guests from all over the world.     It was so cool to find crispy pata on the buffet table and seeing all the foreign guests eat the pancit and adobo with much gusto.  It was such a great treat meeting so many Ambassadors from all over the world in one room.  It  made me miss my Lolo Pepe who was also an ambassador to Japan for several years.   Being there made me proud to be a Filipino and to see our culture being celebrated thousands of miles away from home!  Happy Birthday Ambassador  Victor Garcia!  Thank you so much for having us!
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The birthday buffet!

The birthday buffet!

Me with Tita connie and Divine!  Divine went to school with Tita Connie's daughter Roxanne.

Me with Tita connie and Divine! Divine went to school with Tita Connie's daughter Roxanne.

Russian style salmon!  I loved how it looked medieval.

Russian style salmon! I loved how it looked medieval.

 Tessa and Tita Connie!  A kinship in the exuberance!

Tessa and Tita Connie! A kinship in the exuberance!

The guests!

The guests!

Malu loving the buffet!  Imagine Pancit and Adobo in Moscow!  LOL!

Malu loving the buffet! Imagine Pancit and Adobo in Moscow! LOL!

Our gang with Tita Connie.

Our gang with Tita Connie.

Happy birthday Ambassador Victor Garcia!  Flanked by my travel buddies!  VIc, Malu, Divine, Nix, Rosan, Me and Tessa!

Happy birthday Ambassador Victor Garcia! Flanked by my travel buddies! VIc, Malu, Divine, Nix, Rosan, Me and Tessa!

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HUGS!
RAJO!

Rocking Robuchon!

Tuesday, April 26th, 2011
If there is one thing that one can do best in Paris, that is to eat very very very well!  If you do your homework or make good friends with you hotel’s concierge, this can give you the best dining experience in your life.  I have never eaten in the famous L’atelier Joel Robuchon, so when I heard that my food guru Malu Gamboa was able to get a table for all of us  ( courtesy of our amazing concierge) I was beyond happy!
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Decided to have a nice walk and build our appetite.  The weather was really amazing that we just needed light jackets and sweaters.

Decided to have a nice walk and build our appetite. The weather was really amazing that we just needed light jackets and sweaters.

 The gang having a bit of a photo of before lunch!

The gang having a bit of a photo op before lunch!

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Located in the  very fashionable Saint German area is Robuchon’s lair.  You actually sit along a very long bar where you view the chefs preparing the food.  The restaurant’s interior is very late eighties (I always find black and red very 80′s) but honestly would  you really care so much  about the interiors when you came here primarily to savor the art of his food?
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One of the most influential Chefs of our generation.

One of the most influential Chefs of our generation.

Bar style seating!

Bar style seating!

 Blessed to be here.

Blessed to be here.

I really liked how you could see the chefs prepare the food. It was very entertaining.

I really liked how you could see the chefs prepare the food. It was very entertaining.

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Nix and I decided to try on the full on degustation or in French menu, Decouverte,  meaning, we would be eating 9 courses for at least 2 hours.   We threw caution in the wind and  I said to my self that I will just do a double class of Core Kinesis and TRX  when we get back to Manila!  LOL!   We had a terrific lunch.   I think it is easier and smarter to get a table for lunch.  You get to burn all that beautiful food walking around.
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First course was a raw salmon in a pool of cream!  It was rich and refreshing at the same time.

First course was a raw salmon in a pool of cream! It was rich and refreshing at the same time.

Next came a carpaccio of scallops and sea urchin!  I loved how the creamy textures and uniqe blend of flavors played with my palette.

Next came a carpaccio of scallops and sea urchin! I loved how the creamy textures and uniqe blend of flavors played with my palette.

 Food as art!    Smoked Eel with caviar on a sliver of  potato.  I mean you could really frame this!  LOL!

Food as art! Smoked Eel with caviar on a sliver of potato. I mean you could really frame this! LOL!

Some foie gras!  You cannot come to Paris and not eat this!  This time made interesting with a but of rhubarb.

Some foie gras! You cannot come to Paris and not eat this! This time made interesting with a but of rhubarb.

Malu had the most decadent Nicoise salad I have ever seen!

Malu had the most decadent Nicoise salad I have ever seen!

 I loved this egg  cocette so much that I ate bit before taking a proper shot!  It was probably my favorite dish on the menu!  Adding to the delight is the earthy morel mushrooms that was just absolutely perfect!

I loved this egg cocette so much that I ate bit before taking a proper shot! It was probably my favorite dish on the menu! Adding to the delight is the earthy morel mushrooms that was just absolutely perfect!

Then came the red mullet fish which was equally gorgeous to look at as it is to eat!  I mean look at the plating!  So inspiring!

Then came the red mullet fish which was equally gorgeous to look at as it is to eat! I mean look at the plating! So inspiring!

Our waiter serving the dessert called the chocolate bomb!  So exciting!  LOL!

Our waiter serving the dessert called the chocolate bomb! So exciting! LOL!

Nix had the baby lamb!  I still remember how tender this tasted!  Probably the most beautiful piece of protein that entered my mouth!  I promise you it was so moving that I still shake with excitement when I remember tasting it.

Nix had the baby lamb! I still remember how tender this tasted! Probably the most beautiful piece of protein that entered my mouth! I promise you it was so moving that I still shake with excitement when I remember tasting it.

This was my main course!  I am a CHEEK man!  Each time I see cheeks on the menu I tend to order it!  Although I think this dish is more of fall dish and I felt it was too heavy for Spring! It was heady and  dense.  Best eaten on colder days.

This was my main course! I am a CHEEK man! Each time I see cheeks on the menu I tend to order it! Although I think this dish is more of fall dish and I felt it was too heavy for Spring! It was heady and dense. Best eaten on colder days.

Dessert came in a classic apple pie and ice cream but taken in a completely different direction!  Think COUTURE for food and this is it!

Dessert came in a classic apple pie and ice cream but taken in a completely different direction! Think COUTURE for food and this is it!

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I do hope you enjoy this “pictionary” style  entry.  It was a real treat to eat at one of the temples of high cuisine!  Be warned, this is what I call FOOD PORN!
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HUGS!
RAJO!
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L’atelier Robuchon
5 rue Montalembert
Paris

Friends in Paris

Tuesday, April 26th, 2011
When I am in Paris, I make it a point to say hello to my friend Cheryl Hironaka.  We have known each other for more than 20 years and I love hanging out with her.  She lives near a favorite Bistro that she took me to the last time I was in Paris.  I just had to have my gang try it.  We all had a blast savoring the great company and just the fact that we were all in PARIS!  Things like this does not happen everyday!  So we cheered our friends who ran the Paris marathon and enjoyed the meal!  Forgive me if this post is boring but I really love my friends and was so happy to be with them.  Please indulge me!  THANK YOU!
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I never get tired of being in Cheryl's chic abode!  I love her stuff and how she creates these tableaus of oddities.

I never get tired of being in Cheryl's chic abode! I love her stuff and how she creates these tableaus of oddities.

One of sweetest young boysI know.

One of sweetest young boysI know.

Nix and Malu with Cheryl having a chat!  Cheryl! I will be copying your herringbone parquet pattern for our next apartment.

Nix and Malu with Cheryl having a chat! Cheryl! I will be copying your herringbone parquet pattern for our next apartment.

Cheryl's neighborhood bistro.  One of my fave places in Paris.  Blogged about it na the last time.

Cheryl's neighborhood bistro. One of my fave places in Paris. Blogged about it na the last time.

My childhood chum Lea having the classic Escargot!

My childhood chum Lea having the classic Escargot!

Loved this local terrine!

Loved this local terrine!

 I had the fish wrapped in parma.  I can actually do this at home already!  LOL!

I had the fish wrapped in parma. I can actually do this at home already! LOL!

Leah and I! I have been friends with her since the 5th grade! OMG!

Leah and I! I have been friends with her since the 5th grade! OMG!

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HUGS!
RAJO!

Paris finds!

Monday, April 25th, 2011
What I love about coming to Paris is that each visit, I get to discover new stores and shops and get wonderful ideas for merchandising and design ideas.  This trip was no different.  In the Marais area, I found 2 lovely stores that was really worth the trip.  The first one is called COS located at 4 Rue Des Rosieres.  I loved the “Zara” prices but you get the look of Celine, Marni and Jil Sander.  The menswear collection on the second floor is really nice.  I discovered that COS belongs to the same H&M company but it has a more sophisticated feel to it.
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This is COS.

This is COS.

The fantastic men's section at COS.

The fantastic men's section at COS.

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The second store also located in the Marias is L’eclaireur .  I was to “dyahe’ to take photos inside because the sales staff was so attentive that he did not leave my side but you can log on to their website and check it out.  www.leclaireeur.com. They have 4 branches all over Paris but I liked the one on 40 rue de Sevigne, the most.  The store is a multi-brand store that has the most delectable sections.
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 I love this store!

I love this store!

A cool book shop near L'eclaireur.

A cool book shop near L'eclaireur.

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Along the Saint German du Pres area is the Assouline book store that just left me salivating.  It was hard to stop myself from going nuts!  LOL!  But I was good as I still have a long way to go and the worst thing when traveling is being bogged down by overweight.
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The best read when you're looking for an inspiration.

The best read when you're looking for an inspiration.

Inside the Assouline with Divine.

Inside the Assouline with Divine.

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The last time I was in Paris, I had such a great time at the Plaza Athenee that I had to go back this time with Divine and Vic.  We had our drinks and just enjoyed the ambience.  Too bad Philip Stark was not there as I would have asked for a photo op. He was there the last time and I was not able to take a photo with him.  Next time when I see someone I admire, I will not hesitate!  I should always remember CARPE DIEM!
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Nix along Avenue Mointagne.

Nix along Avenue Mointagne.

 Inside the Plaza Athenee bar.

Inside the Plaza Athenee bar.

OLA!  Divine and Vic.

OLA! Divine and Vic.

How French can I get!  Perrier with lemon juice.  Otherwise known as Calmansi-soda! LOL!

How French can I get! Perrier with lemon juice. Otherwise known as Calmansi-soda! LOL!

CHEERS!!!!    Poor guy in the back...napa-sama pa.

CHEERS!!!! Poor guy in the back...napa-sama pa.

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HUGS!
RAJO!

SUNDAY – MARAIS

Monday, April 25th, 2011
If you’re in Paris on a Sunday, the best place to be in is in the Marais area.  I love coming here on Sundays because this is practically the only place that is open.  Almost the whole of Paris sleeps and the Marais is where the action is.  The minute you get there, you can see all the action happening already.  Since the weather was really fabulous, there were hoards of people just enjoying the almost summer weather.  I love window shopping in Paris as you get so  many ideas on merchandising and the people are painfully chic, so by the end of the day, my head is so full of ideas and inspiration.  Here are some photos of my recent Sunday.
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The Marais area is where the action is on Sundays.

The Marais area is where the action is on Sundays.

 It already felt like summer!

It already felt like summer!

Vintage shops abound.

Vintage shops abound.

There were hoards of people.

There were hoards of people.

Uso ang Falafel dito!  LOL

Uso ang Falafel dito! LOL

Street art.

Street art.

 When in Paris, always look up!

When in Paris, always look up!

Even scaffoldings are chic in Paris!

Even scaffoldings are chic in Paris!

Nix, Malu and Sandie Poblador loving the Paris weather.

Nix, Malu and Sandie Poblador loving the Paris weather.

 I love this little park in the Marais.

I love this little park in the Marais.

I like these stickers.

I like these stickers.

A cute little hotel where Oscar Wilde would stay when he is in Paris.

A cute little hotel where Oscar Wilde would stay when he is in Paris.

GORGEOUS DAY!

GORGEOUS DAY!

 Local flavor!

Local flavor!

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HUGS!
RAJO!

A Classic French dinner!

Monday, April 25th, 2011

When I travel, my being a “foodie” goes on overdrive and without hesitation enjoy the fantastic cuisines that the city has to offer.  More so in the city of Paris. For centuries, Paris has been the center of good eating and I wanted to celebrate my being there with a truly “classic” French meal.  I have to thank my friend and editor (I write a food column in OLIVE magazine) Stephanie Zubiri for giving us the lead in finding this fantastic bistro/restaurant.  Tucked in the 12th arrondisment is Le Square Trousseau. www.squaretrousseau.com.  A lovely French cafe/restaurant that serves heart warming classic French cuisines where I was having a hankering for.

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The classic cafe atmosphere.

The classic cafe atmosphere.

The interiors.

The interiors.

The bar.

The bar.

Spotted the cheese and the French apple pie (Tarte tatin).  Traditionally, cheese was taken at the end of the meal.

Spotted the cheese and the French apple pie (Tarte tatin). Traditionally, cheese was taken at the end of the meal.

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Joined by my food guru, Malu Gamboa, and fellow “francophile”,  Sandie Poblador, we all enjoyed  escargot, frogs legs with French green beans, a wonderful duck breast and ending the meal with the most decadent chocolate mousse which brought Malu back to childhood memories.  This restaurant is tricky to find, but it was truly worth the search.  Check it out!  Your eyes and appetite will definitely water.

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Malu and I wanted to try that cheese first!  Here she is with our funny waiter.

Malu and I wanted to try that cheese first! Here she is with our funny waiter.

The beautiful spring cheese, Saint Nectaire!  A medium cheese that was just so lovely to eat.

The beautiful spring cheese, Saint Nectaire! A medium cheese that was just so lovely to eat.

What could be more French than snails!  LOL!

What could be more French than snails! LOL!

These green beans were just gorgeous!  I want to know how to make them.

These green beans were just gorgeous! I want to know how to make them.

The most perfect frogs legs!  Does not taste like chicken ha?!!!  LOL!

The most perfect frogs legs! Does not taste like chicken ha?!!! LOL!

My favorite travel companion in the entire universe!

My favorite travel companion in the entire universe!

Had to try some Margret.

Had to try some Margret.

Malu with a huge bowl of chocolate mousse!

Malu with a huge bowl of chocolate mousse!

 3 of us almost inhaling dessert.

3 of us almost inhaling dessert.

The view from my table!

The view from my table!

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HUGS!
RAJO!

Hot chocolate and a marathon

Thursday, April 14th, 2011
I think Paris is a city where anytime is a perfect time to go!  (Well for me, maybe not  in August where it really gets swelteringly hot).  The city seasonally offers its visitors a wealth of activities.  When in Paris, I usually visit some favorite haunts and explore new ones.  One favorite place is Angelina’s.  I just love having breakfast here as it really takes me back in time.
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Victor and Divine at Angelina's

Victor and Divine at Angelina's

 The lovely interiors.

The lovely interiors.

Me and Divine!

Me and Divine!

The pastries and baked goods in Paris are always so yummy!  It has to be the butter. LOL!

The pastries and baked goods in Paris are always so yummy! It has to be the butter. LOL!

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Then I usually take a nice stroll in the Jardin de Tuileries to take in some fresh air and just get lost in the amazing architecture.  This time, the flowers are all out and the weather was simply sensational so it was really a blessing.  Another great reason to be in Paris is the annual Paris marathon where some of my dearest friends are running.  Like Tessa Valdes, Leah Caringal, Rosan Cruz, Lara Parpan & Leana Carmona.  It was so wonderful to be able to cheer for your friends and see them finish a marathon.  I can only imagine that Paris must be the most enchanting.
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 I love walking along the Jardin de Tuileries.

I love walking along the Jardin de Tuileries.

Nix's look of the day!

Nix's look of the day!

SPRING BLOOMS!

SPRING BLOOMS!

What a gorgeous shade of lilac!  It really signals Spring!

What a gorgeous shade of lilac! It really signals Spring!

The Marathoners.

The Marathoners.

I think it's really amazing how a person can run 42 kilometers!

I think it's really amazing how a person can run 42 kilometers!

But imagine running along views like this?  It must be breathtaking.

But imagine running along views like this? It must be breathtaking.

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I am in Paris for only 3 nights and I still have quite a lot on my to-do list so this is how I spent my second day.
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HUGS!
RAJO!

L’Entrecote

Thursday, April 14th, 2011
I like meat!  LOL!  The last time I was in Paris, my friends were all talking about eating in this L’Entrecote place,  which they all enjoyed.  Alas, I ran out of time so I was determined to eat there.  There are 4 branches all over Paris and they are all so very popular.  So popular that it is common to find long lines forming in the restaurant.  They do not take any reservations so it is best to come early.
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The Saint Benoit branch!

The Saint Benoit branch!

The interiors.

The interiors.

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They only serve one thing.  Steak and french fries!  Nothing else!  LOL!  The set meal starts with a salad with a mustard dressing and walnuts and the main meal is a generous serving of Steak and fries smothered in a butter and parsley sauce.  Honestly, I did not know what the big deal was all about.  It was good but I really won’t line up for it again.  LOL!  In other words pwede na and normal lang yung steak.
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The simple salad that came with the meal.

The simple salad that came with the meal.

 Nix beside a mountain of french fries.

Nix beside a mountain of french fries.

 I can imagine a whole lot of people really loving this.

I can imagine a whole lot of people really loving this.

 My plate.

My plate.

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The best part about that meal was my friend Mike Sarmiento drove in all the way from Brussels to visit me in Paris.  It was beautiful to see him after all these years.  He runs a fun website called www.pretentious.eu who rates restaurants and hotels all over the world.  I am so very proud of Mike because he had done so well for himself.
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 My college buddy, Mike Sarmiento.

My college buddy, Mike Sarmiento.

Me and Mike.

Me and Mike.

Our lunch gang!

Our lunch gang!

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HUGS!
RAJO!

The Gres Exhibit

Wednesday, April 13th, 2011
Madame Gres is one of the most important fashion designers in the 20th century.  Born in 1903 in France,  her work was recently celebrated in a great exhibition at the Bourdelle Museum.  I was so happy that I took the time out to come to the exhibition.  I have been studying Madame Gres’ work ever since I was a young student so imagine my bliss when I was able to see her work up and close.  I could even take as much photos as I want.
The museum itself was stunning.  Amidst numerous paintings and almost a thousand sculptures, Madam Gres gorgeous dresses created a beautiful Paradox of sorts.  I have always believed that great design in TIMELESS and you can see this so clearly in Madam Gres’ work.  You could see the discipline in her aesthetic and design for a good 2 hours I was lost in her world and I did not want to come out!  LOL!
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The Bourdelle Musuem is one great surprise. Amidst the grey area of the 15th arrondisement is a jewel of a museum with a pocket garden like this.

The Bourdelle Musuem is one great surprise. Amidst the grey area of the 15th arrondisement is a jewel of a museum with a pocket garden like this.

 There were a total of 11 rooms showing a huge body of her work.

There were a total of 11 rooms showing a huge body of her work.

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I must have taken more than 150 photos because she really has influenced how I design and my love of draping.  I would not be surprised if my next collection is a homage to her work.  If you see the clothes, you would understand why.
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This is a classic Gres-inspired Greek/Roman dress.

This is a classic Gres-inspired Greek/Roman dress.

Had to take a photo.

Had to take a photo.

 I love how function and art blend seamlessly.

I love how function and art blend seamlessly.

 She starts all her dresses with draping on the form.

She starts all her dresses with draping on the form.

 I was in awe of the beauty of her work.

I was in awe of the beauty of her work.

The museum itself was simply beautiful.

The museum itself was simply beautiful.

There were so many sculptures.

There were so many sculptures.

This is my favorite room.

This is my favorite room.

This painting reminded me of my friend's daughter, Solen Santos.

This painting reminded me of my friend's daughter, Solen Santos.

Madame Gres also did fabulous accessories.  Check this belt out.

Madame Gres also did fabulous accessories. Check this belt out.

 Fabulous and intricate draping.

Fabulous and intricate draping.

 I love it here.

I love it here.

Kakatakot the painting no?

Kakatakot the painting no?

 This is so chic!

This is so chic!

A series of dresses from the 50's and 60's

A series of dresses from the 50's and 60's

Outside view.

Outside view.

Dramatic sleeves!

Dramatic sleeves!

Sleeve detail.

Sleeve detail.

WOW!

WOW!

 The white suite!

The white suite!

Her sketches.

Her sketches.

 Color!

Color!

The view from the top!  There were so many dresses to admire and get inspired with.

The view from the top! There were so many dresses to admire and get inspired with.

 I love how simple but beautiful the way the dresses were displayed.

I love how simple but beautiful the way the dresses were displayed.

COLOR!

COLOR!

More sculpture that seemed like they were singing to me.

More sculpture that seemed like they were singing to me.

Pocket garden outside the museum.

Pocket garden outside the museum.

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HUGS!
RAJO!

Astier de Villatte

Wednesday, April 13th, 2011
What I adore about Paris is the culture of “boutique” shopping.  The streets are lined up with the most charming little stores that have their own history and story.  I chanced upon one in this little ceramic store and I was enthralled!  It was so very French!  From the way the merchandise was set up all the way to the old peeling wall paint.  The only thing that was not really French was the Chinese salesman!  LOL!    I just wanted to share this with all of you because it was just too cool!
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We were so lucky to have beautiful weather.

We were so lucky to have beautiful weather.

Pose muna!

Pose muna!

My darling Divine!

My darling Divine!

French merchandising!  I LOVE IT!

French merchandising! I LOVE IT!

Nix wanted to take some home!  I said...."Uhmmmm overweight?!"

Nix wanted to take some home! I said...."Uhmmmm overweight?!"

CHIC!

CHIC!

The store interiors are love!

The store interiors are love!

There were more in the back.

There were more in the back.

Plato-platuhan level!

Plato-platuhan level!

Feet fetish!

Feet fetish!

 I wanted to frame this!

I wanted to frame this!

The back workshop.

The back workshop.

Nix and Div!

Nix and Div!

Aaaaahhhhh!  Spring!

Aaaaahhhhh! Spring!

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HUGS!
RAJO!
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Astier de Villatte

173 Rue St.-Honoredd 75001 Paris

www.astierdevillatte.com