Sunday, 25 July 2010

Ladurée- Burlington Arcade










For my A Level fashion project I have decided to look at Marie Antoinette and 18th Century French style. This suits me very well as the clothes from the era are beautiful and I must admit to an obsession with the chairs! Inspired by the copious amounts of Ladurée macaroons used in Sofia Coppola's 2006 film 'Marie Antoinette' I decided to visit the Paris pâtisserie's London stores at Harrods and the Burlington Arcade. These photos were taken at the latter and I left the store with a bag of treats- for educational purposes obviously.

8 comments:

  1. The macaroons - they look just like the ones I was (slightly and in a non-stalkerish way obv) addicted too at the london thing hehe. xxx

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  2. Nom! I love Ladurée!

    Leia

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  3. Looks so delicious!!! It'll definitely be a great topic to research.

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  4. Did you taste some macaroons ? what's your favourite flavour ?

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  5. Sooooooooooooo lovely!!!!!

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  6. Have you read all the posts about the Jacques Townhouse? Sounds like a perfect place for you!
    http://www.cocosteaparty.com/2010/07/jacques-townhouse-yesterday-i-spent.html

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  7. Oh my god I want some of those macaroons!!!

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  8. Oh I want to go back to Paris! Can't wait to see where this inspiration leads you.

    xo Marissa
    (The Well-Appointed Catwalk)

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