Blackberry is the absolute color of extravagance, royalty and purity. It was said about Marie-Antoinette that:
“She was an upright, charming woman, a little frivolous, somewhat impulsive, but always pure; she was a queen”
Maxime de la Rocheterie

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This monogram was inspired by cotton embroidery with silk from around 1788. The set was originally upholstered in a white-twilled cotton with rows of individual flowers embroidered by the queen herself.

Blackberry is the absolute color of extravagance, royalty and purity. It was said about Marie-Antoinette that:
“She was an upright, charming woman, a little frivolous, somewhat impulsive, but always pure; she was a queen”
Maxime de la Rocheterie

Everyday fashion

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This monogram was inspired by cotton embroidery with silk from around 1788. The set was originally upholstered in a white-twilled cotton with rows of individual flowers embroidered by the queen herself.

MARIE-ANTOINETTE

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The Marie-Antoinette logo was inspired by her monogram as it can be found in the Palace of Fontainebleau.

 

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Marie-Antoinette was famous for her candy-colored costumes and was known as the consummate fashionista and party girl of the late eighteenth century. The title “Queen of Fashion” was given to her by Caroline Weber in her book.

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