This elegant Marseille dress was commissioned by a client who was born there and whose daughter was getting married in one of the vineyards on the outskirts of the city.
The dress is crafted from a fluid light blue chiffon that captures the essence of her memories of the Mediterranean breeze, the sun and the sea.
The coastline of the city forms the base of the neckline and creates a flattering asymmetry as it moves down the center of the dress.
The open shoulder sleeves accentuate the fluidity of the dress that takes you back to the magical Provence.
Shell: Silk chiffon.
Lining: 100% Silk stretch
Please allow a minimum of 2 months for production.
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BECOME: A Cityzen of MARSEILLE and……
SMELL: The diferent perfumes of traditional Soaps of Marseille at La Savonnerie Marseillaise de la Licorne
SHOP: At Oogie Lifestore where you can find many fashionable items, from vintage accessories to rare vinyls
VISIT: The Chateau d’If, a castle located in the Island from where Edmond Dantes was jailed in The Count of Monte Cristo
TASTE: The bouillabaisse, a typical plate originating in Marseille and mostly made of lobsters, mussels, salmon, shrimp and spicy sauce
APPRECIATE: Mediterranean archeology at La Vieille Charite, a building designed by Pierre Puget in 1670. This former chapel has been turned into an archeological museum
LISTEN: To Felicie Aussi, an old and well known song written by a famous artist from Marseille; Fernandel
REST: At La Caravelle, where you will have a beautiful view of the Vieux Port and the Hotel Belle-Vue
DRINK : Pastis, a national beverage made of alcohol and anise at La Maison du Pastis, from their tiny balcony
SLEEP : In le Petit Nice Passedat, the best hotel of the city, which offers a great view of the Marseille Bay
READ: The Count of Monte Cristo, written by Alexandre Dumas
WALK : Over the quai des Belges, in the Vieux Port. It is both peaceful and serene
WATCH: The Connection , a movie based in Marseille and where the main actor is a French magistrat determined to bring down a huge drug kingpin
TAKE: A comic book about the 800 year-history of the Basilique Notre Dame de la Garde, you can find it in the museum shop