Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Amuzilo 34 rue Dauphine 75006

#161 Pierre Herme Ispahan pinkerie PINK PINK PINK.
It can't hurt?
Pictures from a stroll down rue Dauphine in the 6th arrondissement.  Full of pinkness like these giant pink meringues. Or a pink wedding cake. From Amuzilo, 34 rue Dauphine, a kid's toy shop with mostly pink things. Boys, go somewhere else! Pink twirling silliness.
Silly dogs in pink chapeau..
From the Salon du Chocolat, piles of pink nougat - framboise or fraise? Doesn't anyone need pink ink/l'encre rose?
For grownups on 26, rue Vavin in the 7th - Baby pink cashmeres from Eric Bompard - miam
Why can't grownups have bracelets like this?
Or pink purses like this?
All from Amuzilo, Jouets d'enfant au ♥ de Paris
Well at least we can have baby pink macaron.
Well we could if we're in Paris!


Lucinda said...

Isn't that an anniversary cake for OLIVER PEOPLES??
It would make a nice wedding cake too...

Marie Arden said...

My favorite color. I think Paris has a lot more pink than say NY or LA. Or maybe I just notice it more there. Any more news on your possible move to Paris? I love the pink doggie hat. My Syndey-Marie would look very fetching in that!

Merisi Vienna said...

Paint the town pink! :-)

Venetians and Parisians seem to have a love affair with giant meringues.
I am always looking for somebody buying one of those giant egg white clouds, so far without success. The day I catch somebody in the act, I shall how in the world they are going to go about eating it! ;-)

La Table De Nana said...

Will be looking for pink calligraphy paint..red is not as pretty:)

Your watercolor is so perfect..all the fragile layers~

Vivian Swift said...

This reminds me of how persnickety Parisians can be about their color spectrum, something I learned when I went to my dry cleaners to pick up a sweater that I described to the patronne as "rose". The patronne searched her stacks of neatly folded vetements until she located my ticket number and plopped my "rose" sweater down on the counter. She stabbed at it with her finger and gave me a very stern and exasperated look. "Ca n e'est pas ROSE," she informed me; "That's MAUVE."

I still hear her voice every time I lay eyes on that brooding, violetish tone of pink.

Julie Whitmore Pottery said...

And there is always pink champagne
French, of course

Connie said...

You really are the PINK girl :-) Love the last shot with the Eiffel Tower on the spoon. So cute.

parisbreakfast said...

Can you hear me laughing!! :O
That is called ATTENTION TO DETAIL!!!

jeanette, mistress of longears said...

You have converted me to pink! But the best pink is your mile-feuilles (sp?) painting!

Nikon said...

Love your opening watercolor!
A lot of pink in there :)
I've always thought of it as a sexy color, as in Valentine's Day and undies - not that I dwell on such things.....
Love your closing shot, too!

Parisbreakfasts said...

Pink = little girls
c'est ca

Cris, Artist in Oregon said...

Love your painting. Love the Silly dogs in pink next. :))

Jojo said...

Love the new art! I'm so excited...I just ordered a Paris Breakfast mug!

Parisbreakfasts said...

Enjoy your future coffees!

Amy said...

Yummy pink ink! I need a new fountain pen.

Sketchbook Wandering said...

The pink of the girls, you captured it so beautifully...