Last night, the French Fashion Tour, a mobile version of the TransAtlantic European showroom, parked and peddled its wares outside Elements and Studio Sebastian. Today, you can find the 24-foot long vintage Airstream trailer making stops at Cabana, Forty Five Ten, and Neiman Marcus. According to the press release, the boutique on wheels “is customized to house a stellar roster for French fashion, accessories and jewelry.” This is part of an effort to reach out to the American market, and, hey, we’ll take it. I spy funky, geometry-inspired metal jewelry by Delphine-Charlotte Parmentier, menswear inspired ladies’ and gents’ clothing by Marchand Drapier, and shoes by Atelier Mercadal. Oh, and socks. Lots of socks by Royalites. Today’s the speeding bullet’s last day in town before heading off to finish its goal of 10 U.S. cities. We’re told the French Fashion Tour will be at Cabana at 9 am sharp this morning.
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