Au fil des tapestries

Admiring “Women at their toilette” by Picasso. Picture by Marco de Swart.

While the French word fil means “sewing thread”, the expression au fil doesn’t have a precise English translation: it designates something happening “over” a certain period, “in the course of” an action or event.

With this article, it’d like to take you with me au fil the numerous fil-made beautiful…

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