Image from doitinparis.com
For the next month ‘Merci’, a Parisian boutique, will be available in the form of a pop up swap shop/collaboration with department store ‘Liberty’. Liberty opened up in Paris last week and Merci here in London opened yesterday. I went to the press breakfast at Liberty this morning and instantly fell in love with the whole range. From cushions (£20) to tear off, washable napkins on a roll (very inventive and eco-friendly), the entire range is covered in classic Liberty floral prints. My personal favourite was the retro suitcase, priced at a reasonable £45.
Image from Elle.co.uk
There are also lovely cotton bracelets, one of which I was lucky enough to get in my goody bag…
Merci was founded by Bernard Cohen and Marie France. Amazingly, all profits from the store in Paris go to a charity for women and children in Madagascar.
Marie France also founded Bonpoint and there is a wide range of clothes in the Merci at Liberty range. Gorgeous jumpsuits and cute shorts (which were apparently all the rage at the Liberty for Merci shop during Paris fashion week), as well as adorable children’s cotton gillets and swim wear.
Head down to Merci at Liberty until the 1st of April. Liberty is at Merci until the 21st of March.