Chickens/poules are very Big in Paris especially at Easter/Paques.
The windows are simply full of them no doubt about it.
And in every material possible including the Very In fabulous Hay at the moment...so au courant don't ya know.
Cafe Pouchkine has gorgeous very Russian chocolate onion-dome-shaped hens on display if any are left on Easter Monday which I seriously doubt.
Ligne Claire Decoration - 6, bd Garibaldi has dozens of adorable chickens in their window in all sizes and materials.
Here's a slew of them in full view.
Meanwhile neck and neck the almighty Easter Lapin/rabbit is in the race to top the Paris chicken.
Who will win top dog for Easter is the big question? Here's a set of Lapins nestled in a 'carrot' bag at Ligne Claire.
Brentano's on Avenue de l'Opera always has numerous rabbits in their windows if you're into rabbit hunting. It is the season after all.
Printemps has their giant flower bunnies out again this year.
Boissier has bunny cookies tied up with a bow, almost too pretty to eat.
I did say the race was neck and neck. I've been flirting with these basket bunny/chicken at Ligne Claire but which one to get and what to do with them when Easter is over? Or is that too practical a question? Silly moi.
HAPPY EASTER MONDAY PBers!
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