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Fouta: The Tunisian Throw
Profile with founder of fouta lifestyle, Pauline Eveillard.
September 5, 2012 | Go to Article
T: THE NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE
Foutas for All
"Standard styles are large enough for one person to lie down on at the beach, but since they're made most often of lightweight cotton and linen, they roll up tightly – perfect for tucking in a tote and taking with you." "
July 19, 2012 | Go to Article
Bride & Groom Washingtonian
How Many Ways You Can Say Hello?
Kenza in mint green included in Amber Karson Events wedding welcome gift basket.
TOWN & COUNTRY
Looking Glass: Borrowed from the Boys
"Fouta Lifestyle founder, Pauline Eveillard, on wearing men's fragrances: "'There's something about it that seems very well balanced,' says Pauline Eveillard, founder of the fashion brand Fouta Lifestye, who wears both Chanel's Allure Homme Sport and Hermès's Un Jardin Sur Le Toit."
Do you need a fouta?
"I have just discovered foutas. I use mine on a plane, and at the beach as a sarong or towel. These would make an excellent gift and are a great travel companion with multiple uses."
May 17, 2012Go to Article
Summer preparations #01: Fouta
"Foutas, the stunning, coming from Tunisia, are finely woven cotton towels. They are lightweight, incredibly soft and are water absorbent, making them the ideal beach companion"
April 30, 2012 | Go to Article
Shines a Light Series: Pauline Eveillard
"It is important to self-evaluate, and to recognize your strengths and weaknesses in professional and personal realms. You are not required to master all fields, but follow your strengths, while also challenging yourself to always improve."
April 26, 2012 | Go to Article
THE ATLAS AND THE OYSTER
"It's a blanket, a towel, a throw.. it's Fouta"
March 27, 2012 | Go to Article
DRY SPELL: Fatma fouta by Fouta Lifestyle
"Towels should be as soft and luxurious as they are practical. These bathing beauties have got you covered"
March 2012 |
Capture the castle
Hot weather likes…
"There's something so very glamorous and yet so very simple about throwing a wrap shawl on. This one is one of my favourites, it's by fouta and it's from the Corner Shop. I've recently taken to throwing it on over whatever I'm wearing, either completely wrapping it around or just draping it over my shoulders. It has the most glorious, clean, cotton smell."
November 20, 2011 | Go to Article
The Corner Shop
The Corner Shop asks what is your favourite part of summer?
"Fouta multi purpose towels and sarongs! Perfect beach accessory!"
November 11, 2011 | Go to Article
"And ever since I got mine, I've been obsessed. I've used it as a blanket, worn it as a scarf, and it's even accompanied us on a few trips to the park."
August 30, 2011 | Go to Article
All Wrapped Up
"Infinitely multi-purposed, this rectangular cut of cloth is a traveler's best friend, especially when it is as understated and chic as the Tunisian variation known as a fouta."
July 19, 2011 | Go to Article
The Modern Sybarite
"Summer Living" Week - Multiple Faces of…
"Check them out…they may get you out of trouble if you can't find your table cloth or you don't want to carry a heavy towel to the beach, or if you need a summery stylish throw on the linen couch, or want a light cotton scarf to finish off your "look". Who knows what else you can do with these beautiful linens!"
July 4, 2011 | Go to Article
CENTRAL FLORIDA LIFESTYLE
"Light enough to be slung over your shoulders as a wrap or tied around your waist like a sarong but water absorbent, making them the perfect beach towel."
Stylish gift ideas from uber stylish tastemakers, editors and designers
"Is it a wrap, towel, or blanket?"
December 10, 2010 | Go to Article
Happiness is Real when Shared
"It is THE perfect gift. Affordable, unique, versatile, useful. Happy gifting."
August 24, 2010 | Go to Article
Towel, tablecloth, or sarong: Why not all three?
"I first draped it over by Louis XVI loveseat, thinking the red complemented that particular shade of gray velvet quite nicely. I then threw it over my towel bar. Before I left for the weekend, I packed it in my tote and brought it to the beach with me, where I used it as a post-swim wrap."
August 11, 2010 | Go to Article