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Eight Years of Textiles, History, Art, Gardens, and a Little Mental Traveling with Courtney Barnes

6.12.2012

Nap Time


[© Photo Arts Décoratifs / Jean Tholance]

Inspiration for a little summer glamping: Louis Vuitton's 1891 bed trunk in Damier canvas from the exhibition, Louis Vuitton - Marc Jacobs, on view through September 16 at Les Arts Décoratifs.

Moving from costumes and textiles to the toy gallery, Les histoires de Babar brings back memories of childhood naps. It continues at the museum through September 2.

 [Jean de Brunhoff, aquarelle originale pour Histoire de Babar, le petit éléphant, p. 20, 1931 
New York, Morgan Library © DR]

[Jean de Brunhoff, Histoire de Babar le petit éléphant, Paris, Éditions du Jardin des modes, 1931 
Couverture de l’édition originale Paris, archives Hachette © DR]

Included in this show are 100 original drawings by Jean de Brunhoff and his son Laurent de Brunhoff, which chronicle the evolution of the 80-year-old elephant, along with related toys, board games, photos and vignettes.

For curling up and enjoying a good story at home, Buta & Buti offers downtime accessories like this handprinted baby quilt, kids' pyjamas, bed linens, and even bed shorts for grown ups.

1 comment:

Matters of Style said...

Babas reminds me of childhood naps, too! I would love to see that exhibit.