Fashionable Friday : Minty Fluffy Honey Bunnies

Fashion illustration, Minty Fluffy Honey Bunnies © Shell-Sherree
{Fashion illustration : Minty Fluffy Honey Bunnies © Shell-Sherree}




Fluffy is as fluffy does, and it seems that's become a recurring theme Chez Shell.

Today's fashion illustration is inspired by Giambattista Valli's haute couture spread in Harper's BAZAAR.  {It's not the first time this collection has inspired me.}  I chose it especially for this weekend, as it seems only kind to provide the Easter bunny with shelter in which to camouflage if tuckered out from eluding chocolate-fuelled pocket rockets whose speed is disproportionate to their leg length.

Nestle our bunny into this skirt and our little fluffy poppet will safely disappear for hours of rest, rejuvenation ~ and maybe even a pawdicure.  Our refreshments include candy eggs and macarons in pastel colours {but of course}, and we have plenty of ladders to go around.  And on that note ...

Happy Fashionable Friday to you {and a safe and peaceful Easter to those who celebrate it}.

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  1. Gotta love Harper's Bazaar. Who else would divine that this is the way we dress to clean our crystal chandelier? I'm more than happy to do my part. Then of course I'll want some of those macarons—and maybe a fluteful of bubbly. Have a lovely weekend, ma chère!

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    1. Mais oui, dear Alexa ~ it's only fitting for the chandelier. I'm all for the inclusion of bubbly ~ it will make avoiding tripping over each other's skirts all the merrier. Bisous, my sweet ...

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  2. Bunnies are sweet, no matter what you wear.

    I love that she's wearing a haute couture do-rag. I'm going to make one to go with my fluffiest sweater.

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    1. Bunnies are adorable, Petrea. Wilma might have other ideas on that sweater ... could make a nice addition to her new lounge bed.

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  3. A very happy Easter to you, Shell! Although the colour of chocolate is at odds with your normal palette, I hope you have a fair supply of it, exquisitely egg-shaped, nestling beneath a pale aqua and pink bespoke egg-coverer somewhere in your house.

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  4. And I see that you have invented, as Petrea perfectly describes, the haute couture do-rag. My delight in that concept knows no bounds.

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    1. Thank you, dear Mise ! And I do have a goodly stash of dark chocolate, though yet to locate my bespoke egg-coverer. If it's caught up in that skirt somewhere, I fear it is lost forever.

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  5. No one does ruffles like you Shell. And if I ever come back, I'm coming back with a swan neck like your model.

    btw: great sound track. Fan of Louis Armstrong though I've never named a cat after him.

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    1. ok - this comment was meant for the previous post...

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    2. With the proliferation of recent ruffled posts, PA, that would be very easy to do ! If Louis had a silent 'T' at the beginning, perhaps you might have named a cat after him ...

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  6. Petrea's observation on the do-rag reminds me of my friend Cam. Currently he's living in a RV circa 80's. It's also his curbside shop where he sells a line he calls 'Cam's Homeless Couture.'

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    1. 'Cam's Homeless Couture' has a great ring to it, PA. He might find himself bought out by a surf wear giant.

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    1. I have plenty of silver spoons, hiker ...

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  8. I have been spending some time looking at your illustrations – you have a very smooth pen with extraordinary feeling – love it! I also like all this frou-frou, it goes well with the Paris image.

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    1. Hello there, Vagabonde ! Thank you ~ I'm chuffed that you love my work and the frou-frou. :) How lovely.

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