A feminine and assertive knot

 
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Good morning everyone,

Today the air is cold and the sky is blue in Paris, and I would like to introduce a knot that is both feminine and assertive. The Flore knot is great to highlight the fineness of these short silk scarves which bear different prints on their A and B sides.

Young and yet imbued with a certain seriousness, this knot owes his name to a famous Parisian café. The Café de Flore in the neighborhood of Saint-Germain-des-Prés has being the intellectual cradle in Paris for more than a century. In the 1930's, the October group among whom the actress Sylvia Bataille, would breathe life into the proletarian theater at the famous Café de Flore. A decade later, the philosopher, political activist and feminist theorist Simone de Beauvoir became a regular. In the 1960's, the New Wave with Jane Fonda or Brigitte Bardot sit alongside with the Nouveau Roman group. May Françoise Sagan have written a few lines of Hello Sadness at Café de Flore? You can discover how to tie your Flore knot on our page The Art of Carrés.

Carrément vôtre,

petitjean paris silk accessories
petitjean paris silk accessories