The Young Girls of Rochefort is a ridiculously bright and bubbly musical treat from 1967. It’s vibrant, stylish and teeters on the verge of comical. With the sunny French seaside as a backdrop, it’s easy to suppress your doubts about the dubious plot and musical numbers; just open your eyes wide, and drink up the delicious colors.
1. Pink Saucer Hat, $114; 2. Fleur de Lys Teapot, $28; 3. Trumpet, $150; 4. Pink Spray Roses, $1.25 a stem; 5. Antique Victorian Sofa, $2400; 6. Vintage 1960s Heels, $48; 7. Fleur de Lys Cup and Saucer, $10; 8. Wittner Metronome, $132; 9. Ichibad Side Table, $1395; 10. Porcelain Vase, $149
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A little bit of summery sailor goodness goes a long way in tempering the practically absurd storyline. When you add a young Catherine Deneuve and an older Gene Kelly, just try to peel your eyes away. Feminine furniture, hilarious hats, polished dance routines — it’s really hard not to fall in love with French frippery at its finest.
1. Vintage Tennis Dress, $554; 2. Marble Bust of Apollo, $40; 3. Bow Clip, $14; 4. Brass Bowls, $26+; 5. Vintage French Sconces, $3800; 6. Gold Bracelet, $38; 7. Pocket Watch Clock, $78; 8. Vigo Round Table, $698; 9. French Sailor Hat, $20; 10. Anchor Studs, $40; 11. Rope Knot Doorstop, $44