I’ve always been intimidated by the Paris flea market at Clignacourt—also known as Les Puces. It’s huge and overwhelming, full of winding alleys that seem to meander without intent. But after being led by one of the fabulous Divas of The Antiques Diva (thanks, Toma!), I discovered that the puces really did have some semblance of order. In many places, in fact, some markets resembled showrooms more than flea market stalls. And the colors … ah, the colors. Here is where Paris really pops its style.
The Fine Print [Studio] is all about looking at things differently. It's about discovery, wonder, and sharing. And it's a creative studio run by Linda Donahue, who uses the written word and images to tell a thousand stories.