If you have not yet seen this seasons window installment for the Katrin Leblond Boutique I sincerely urge you to bundle up, grab a cafe latte and croissant and take in the beauty of every color and brushstroke (in the true spirit of Breakfast at Tiffany’s). Jean Austin Low is the artist behind the vibrant and expressive floral canvases propped up behind the mannequins to set the mood for the patterned party skirts, crinolines, appliqued totes and animated pillowcases. The art on the canvas and the art of the clothing walk SO hand in hand it’s hard to believe that the two were not initially created to complement each other. I guess it’s true when they say that great minds think alike…
Jean uses pastels, watercolor, acrylic and oil paints to create her botanical masterpieces which are inspired by her deep love for gardening. Tying into Katrin’s deep respect and love for the environment and mother earth, it is no wonder these two artists found each other. Low’s art is a celebration of the power and beauty of florals… the very plant that oozes femininity, delicacy and finess – see a resemblance to Katrin’s fashion philosophies? The strength of a woman hidden in the beautiful shell that is a flower.
Did you also happen to notice the new KL sign with all the retro cool light bulbs? I love this new addition
I also love the pastel theme going on in the right side of the window display (and throughout the store)! It really feels very refreshing amongst the strong vibrant colors and eclectic prints… a beautiful color story for spring!
Wishing you a beautiful start to the week! Surround yourself with beauty and art!
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