Already, you may suspect by Cherie's chirpy intro that this will not be a day like any other.
On her agenda Cherie has questions to answer about shoes, shoes, shoes; alternatives for those who don't like, or "can't wear" camel; and those who claim not to wear gray because it makes them look gray. May Cherie simply say this about gray: You're dealing with a color that has infinite hues, tones, nuances -- get out there and look.
Now, no questions today, and here's why: Cherie is taking "The Little One" shopping. Her mother, You-Know-Who, is who knows where so we're off. The car is idling, the driver is waiting, the credit cards are in their Hermes envelopes, and as Cherie likes to say, coupe in hand, "Let the good times roll!"
Before heading out the door, a peek at what might be examined and caressed up close and personal, the above delights from Eric Bompard. (Just like the Printemps catalog this season, Bompard did its catalog photo shoot in New York City.)
The most amusing part of the Bompard catalog is the pictured here, samples in "real life" of true thread color swatches used in the designs. Such fun.
Finally, we'll be picking up the pre-ordered Repetto "taxi" ballerines.
Until next week then. And in the meantime, remember camel and gray look wonderful together. Keep the one that looks best next to your face -- next to your face. (Go ahead, re-read the sentence. It makes sense and is exceedingly clever. . .)
Cherie can't help it, she was born with style.