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  • Or a purple bottle that looks like a heart or a fleurchon.

    Archive 2007-06-01 Marina Geigert 2007

  • The BPR prize for the most intriguing fleurchon placement goes to Bobbi Thomas.

    Fleurchon Friday Laura K 2006

  • In honor of all the fleurchon sightings at Sunday's Emmy Awards show, we hereby christen our party room The Jubilee Jumbles!

    Episode 8 Party! Tbone 2006

  • Of course, true Fleurchon Afficionados know the difference between a "Rosette" and a "Fleurchon" and while we adore the ruffled wonder of the fleurchon we are completely charmed by the appearance of the "granny-circle-rosettes" in the Spring Collection of James Coviello.

    Fleurchon! Laura K 2006

  • So, the next time you spot a fleurchon Feel free to use creative spelling - or just say "Angela's Signature Rosettes" please include a description of the sighting and a link to a photo or send the photo itself, put "Fleurchon Sighting" in the subject line and send it to Team BPR. Fleurchamps Sighting Laura K 2006

  • How about a fleurchon-encrusted cake baked in a rosette pan for Angela?

    Recipe for a Fun Viewing Party Phaolo 2006

  • Angela, you created some beautiful garments that were true to your own aesthetic and you taught us the word 'fleurchon.'

    Let's Send Some BPR Love to Angela! Laura K 2006

  • BPRs please continue to send your fleurchon sightings as well as your Tim's Travelogue entries to Team BPR.

    Fleurchon Friday Laura K 2006

  • There is another fleurchon sighting in harper's bazaar: it is a chanel clutch in black leather and the whole front is a fleurchon!

    A Note From Angela Keslar Laura K 2006

  • At this point telling us "Portia diRossi's dress had a fleurchon on it" doesn't help. Fleurchamps Sighting Laura K 2006


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  • This 'word' was bandied about quite a bit on last season's Project Runway (due to one of the contestant's penchant for deployment of floral garnishings), but it doesn't actually show up as a real word in any of the standard dictionaries.

    January 20, 2008