Mime Itai Biran from The Human Agency takes over the Gendarmes' photo opp... Photo by Bruce Tetley
Gendarmes were on hand to keep Remuera in order on Bastille Day. Photo by Bruce Tetley
Body FX Artist Emily Walker re-created Auguste Rodin's sculpture 'Le Penseur' with model Nathan Kara from The Human Agency. Photo by Bruce Tetley
Nathan Kara as 'Le Penseur' in progress... Photo by Bruce Tetley
Nathan Kara as 'Le Penseur' nearing completion... Photo by Michael Jeong
Artist Emily Walker and model Nathan Kara of The Human Agency during the re-creation of Rodin's 'Le Penseur'. Photo by Michael Jeong
Can Can dancers from Pineapple Productions provided a colourful finale! Photo by Michael Jeong
Pop-Up fashion parades drew the crowds with Scott and Manon on the red carpet... Photo by Kevin Munro
Pop-Up fashion show model Alex Rean showing new season styles. Photo by Bruce Tetley
Gendarmes took the opportunity to strut their stuff on the red carpet too... Photo by Michael Jeong
Mimes Daniel Fernandez Gonzalez and Itai Biran escort model Manon along the red carpet. Photo by Michael Jeong
Mimes Daniel Fernandez Gonzalez and Itai Biran with model Katie Lornie. Photo by Michael Jeong
While it rained outside, French Charleston dancers performed inside Browns Cafe with live music by Twistin' the Swing. Photo by Michael Jeong
French window display at Iain Stephens Floral Design. Photo by Bruce Tetley
Sally Blyth invited the public to help embellish bleu, blanc, rouge 'Mannequin Marvels'. Photo by Michael Jeong
Street artist Paul Willis creating caricatures of visitors to Remuera. Photo by Bruce Tetley
Mimes Daniel Fernandez Gonzalez and Itai Biran hamming it up with Tracey Collins... Photo by Michael Jeong
Twistin' the Swing took their Django Reinhardt style French jazz inside cafes. Photo by Bruce Tetley
Fabulous accordionist Tracey Collins. Photo by Michael Jeong
Authentic and fabulous crepes from Les Crepes de Catherine. Photo by Michael Jeong
Mime Daniel Fernandez Gonzalez from The Human Agency. Photo by Michael Jeong
Remuera also hosted a Bastille Cocktail evening with FNZCCI on 16 July... Remuera Library was the venue, decked out in bleu, blanc, rouge.
Entrance to Remuera Library for the RBA and FNZCCI Bastille Cocktail evening on 16 July.
Overall winner of the French Waiters Race was Emily, picking up a $50 voucher from Banque Oyster Bar and Eatery!
Emily speeding down the home straight during the Waiters Race...
Le Cirque de JP hosting the first French snail race!
French bunting on a grand scale helped Jems take second place in the window display competition.
Poppies Books took first place in the French window display competition with a papier mache Eiffel Tower and fireworks created by students from Room 13, Richmond Road School.
Winner of the trip to New Caledonia is Adriel Chrisp (right) who filled in her entry form while shopping at Collezioni during July. Pictured here with Greta Blairm owner of Collezioni.