Added Apr 8, 2013
by Chez Louise
My father is a porcelain collectionnist and during my whole childhood, and even now when I go and eat at his home, we have been served in a porcelaine service named “Vieux Luxembourg” by Villeroy & Boch. It’s white with blue flower. When I saw the fabbrics, I loved it and I then thought that maybe the flue flowers was kinda Madeleine of Proust: it makes me think in remote times.
I made the
Cotton fabbrics, invisible zip, white braid at the hem of the skirt
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