Thursday, February 28, 2013

Yesim Chambrey - élegante et sophistiquée



Yesim Chambrey


This chic boutique nestled in the narrow streets of Saint Germain des Prés has remarkable windows.  The awnings are truly three-dimensions but the curtains of black-white stripes are flat and permanent against the inside of the window.  The bright lighting always makes a striking sight on Rue de l'Abbaye.


The feminine couture of Turkish-born designer Yesim Chambrey are remarkably girly and fashionable.  It is an approachable boutique and worth a look.


Yesim Chambrey - boutique
1, rue de l'Abbaye
75006, Paris
 

20 comments:

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

So cute to look into the window !

Joe said...

A very unique ensemble. Une Femme wearing this would turn heads.

martinealison said...

Une élégance absolue avec cette merveilleuse devanture...
Gros bisous

Cezar and Léia said...

C'est la classe! :)
bisous
Léia

Vreni said...

I remember this shop window!!

French Girl in Seattle said...

Ah, the Parisian window displays! Always enticing, always magical. Thank you for sharing with us, Genie. Veronique (French Girl in Seattle)

M said...

Oh la la! That little sheer topper is quite enticing! Excellent capture ... I am transported to chic Paris!

Lisa Graham Art said...

So chic!

Connie said...

Very French indeed :)
I love your daily photographs.
A sweet taste of Paris with my morning coffee.
Thank you,
Connie :)

Mary said...

One of the most elegant store windows i've ever seen! I love the permanent curtains..

JoeinVegas said...

I can see a party girl in Vegas wearing this (but the skirt is not short enough)

Starman said...

Doesn't look 'chic' to me. It looks like she's wearing a bunch of macarons!

Alexa said...

Paris shop windows are in a league of their own—this one would certainly catch my attention. My first thought on seeing the "outfit": peekaboo!

Bibi said...

I thought it was a cake....

Genie Robinson said...

This is definitely an upscale beautiful shop. You captured the essence of it so well. I keep thinking...she went to Emory, too. My, this is a small world. the other genie

Randy said...

Great display.

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

It does look like a tower of macarons... with a surprise!

This window always holds a treat, a little something unexpected, never disappointing.

I will be returning soon and will take some photos...

Bises,
Genie

Louise said...

I love the Parisian window displays too- always interesting, whatever is displayed.

Paulita said...

I love that the mannequin has pert nipples. Only the French.

beatrice De said...

Si vous traduisez la dame en profondeur, on dirait un métier à tisser.