Greetings from LONDON!

Welcome to another edition of Fashion Friday. We are continuing this week with another boudoir-inspired color palette. This time, however, we are going to look at Seldex materials for matted albums and folios. Remember to check your material to make sure it’s available on the product you want to use. Are you ready?

This week our inspiration turns to an American ex-patriate. The Bronze Venus. The Black Pearl. The Creole Godess. In France she was simply referred to as La Baker. Our inspiration this week…Miss Josephine Baker.

Josephine Baker was a singer and dancer in the 1920 and 30s. She was the first African American female to star in a major motion picture and integrate an American concert hall and went on to become a world famous entertainer and civil rights supporter. She was most famous in France for her sensuousperformances and costumes. Ernest Hemingway called her “… the most sensational woman anyone ever saw.

That being said, let’s take a look at our Josephine Baker inspired palette for this week.

1) Oyster buckram 2) Argento brocade 3) Python Multi leatherette 4) Butterscotch Iridescent asahi 5) Copper shimmer 6) Aquamarine linen 7) Red linen 8) Purple Gold Iridescent asahi 9) Cappuccino Saturn 10) Black outback leather

So, If you are looking for something a bit more elegant for your images, think matted albums with a cover from our Josephine palette. Try the extravagance of the Bookbound Art or the simplicity of the Gallery albums or maybe even a nice pair of images in a Seldex portrait folio. Look for more material options to be added to the folio line in the next couple of weeks.

That’s all from the London road this week. Stop by again next week for yet another boudoir inspired palette as we gear up for Valentease Day.

You won’t want to miss it.

Cheers mate!

L :l

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