Monthly Archives: November 2014

We love the Parisienne in our logo, so we made a T-shirt! Available for men and women, size S to L. Enjoy!

T-Shirt Paris is always a good idea! Paris is always a good idea! Enjoy this tshirt with our litlle Parisienne having her café in front of the Eiffel Tower More info @ http://ift.tt/11UEdPS Automated post from My French Neighbor – … Continue reading

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It was 10 years ago. Did you watch it ?

The Chorus (2004) Directed by Christophe Barratier. With Gérard Jugnot, François Berléand, Jean-Baptiste Maunier, Kad Merad. The new teacher at a severely administered boys’ boarding school works to positively effect the students’ lives through music. More info @ http://ift.tt/1qQ5fDl Automated … Continue reading

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There are two main methods to create printed scarves. Digital printing applies all of the colours simultaneously as the fabric passes through a printer using similar technology to an ink-jet printer for your computer. But you need to have a thin scarf to allowed the colors to go through the silk. Usually, they are hand rolled to correct the thinness of the fabric and the twisting of the less quality product. Screen printing is the traditional method in France and Italy. Screens need to be engraved, one for each colour in the design. Once the screen is laid on the fabric, ink is drawn across the screen and passes through the gaps that have been engraved into the screen then onto the fabric. The screen is lifted and placed in position for the next repeat. Once the length is completed, the screen is changed, and the next colour applied. The Silk is heavier, with high-quality fabric, and the colors are the same on both side. They could be rolled by a machine because the silk is thick and machine rolled is better quality and regularity. We sell only Screen Printing Scarf, made in France by Marc Rozier Soierie a family owned company since 1890 in Lyon, France. Their rules are Quality, Luxury and Design And we are proud to sell their French silk scarf. http://ift.tt/1xkv1Qr?

French Silk Scarves – My French Neighbor Enjoy our range of real French silk scarves. The perfect gift for her ! More info @ http://ift.tt/1xkv1Qr Automated post from My French Neighbor – http://ift.tt/1gRNWXC November 18, 2014 at 11:21AM

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At My French Neighbor, we love NY, we love Paris!

Paris / New York in BEYOND THE CHANNEL Paris & NY, like many large cities, have a lot in common ; transport, infrastructure, national monuments. I wanted to explore not only these comparisons but also… More info @ http://ift.tt/1pIoTL6 Automated … Continue reading

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If you’re in the Orlando area and want to learn French! Now is a good time: the AFGO has two adults, absolute beginners, who are waiting for a third person to start an intensive class on Wednesdays (6.30-8.30pm) and Fridays (6-8pm) for 10 weeks ($560) !

Alliance Française Orlando Contact Us Alliance Française of Greater Orlando, the official website for the organization in the Greater Orlando area, French language teaching and cultural events; including a French library on the premises. There are indoor events such as … Continue reading

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The bridges of Paris …

Les ponts de Paris Les ponts de Paris en Timelapse. Sept demies journées pour réaliser ce film. Près de 15 000 photos au total. Photographies et réalisation: © François Grunberg /Mairie de Paris Musique: © Julien Grunberg http://ift.tt/1yQsU5L ©www.paris.fr More … Continue reading

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