Picking up from where I left in the last Paris episode (Place de la Concorde) and strolling down further the Rue Boissy d'Anglas, heading straight towards FSH. The first thing you notice is the horseman on the rooftop, heralding his two Carrés.
on coming closer I could see they were Carré Kanthas
As always, I had a look at the window displays before entering the store. H windows are amazing artworks, their splendor and creativity simply breathtaking.
Browsing FSH is a true delight and it's easy to forget time when doing so. At the end of each visit I head for the beautiful book corner, one of my favorite spots. It is wonderful to sit down, drink a cup of tea and read the wonderful books on display. One of my favorite ones is 'Fils Hermès' by Philippe Dumas, grand son of Emile Hermès and designer of many H Carrés. It is a beautifully written and illustrated account of the family's history, a truly charming and interesting book.
Wearing my Lena horn necklace and carrying my Ebene Kelly and a little Paris souvenir, a 'Les Clés' Pointu.