Welcome to Paris Brunch
Dear Diva Readers,
esterday I kicked off Design Week in Paris by attending the annual “Welcome to Paris Brunch” with Kneedler Fauchère at their St Germain des Pres apartment in the 6eme Arrondisement. The brunch was a virtual “who’s who” in design and I had the opportunity to meet some of my favorite designers from NYC to LA!
Caption: With Andrew Joseph, Rocky La Fleur and Penelope
What I loved about the event was the casual chic with which it was put together – a gorgeous buffet styled by design great Rocky La Fleur graced the table.
Effortless chic perhaps is what Kneedler Fauchère does best. As a company they set the standard for luxury service and inspirational aesthetics. Ultimately their mission is to create an unsurpassed resource for design professionals in which they extend a partnership to support their talents in creating meaningful and enduring lifestyles for clients anywhere in the world. With show rooms in Southern California, San Francisco and Denver and carrying lines such as Dedar, Clarence House, Hermes, Jim Thomson and, bien sur, their own line of Kneedler Fauchère wall covering they are the top “go to” resource for designers.
Their “Welcome to Paris Brunch” is only one of the events they host during Maison Objet and Deco Off. For the full schedule of Kneedler Fauchère events going on in Paris this week see Editor at Large guide to Maison Objet and Deco Off.
I was delighted Editor at Large included my own Antiques Diva party at the Paris Flea Market in the their line up of events. If you haven’t RSVP’d – do so now! We’d love to include you in our fete!
If you’re not in Paris this week for M&O, Have No Fear! You can attend the party virtually! I’m thrilled to announce Editor at Large TV will be filming the party to cover in one of their episodes and then following along on a Paris Flea Market tour!
I will close with one last announcement: at Wednesday morning’s party I received my first Emmy! I’m serious! My publicist Andrew Joseph saw one sitting on the shelf in the library and did an entire ceremony, handing me the award. Alas I fear when I sent this picture to my brother he informed me that a borrowed Emmy – even if formally presented to me in a friend’s party – did not count as my own! 😉 I like to think this Emmy will be my first of many!
Until next time,
The Antiques Diva