Here I am in a gorgeous, timeless, elegant 50’s dress.
I found it at the Puces, the Parisian flea market, in one of my favorite shops, Marcel and Jeannette Continue reading “SUPER SLOW FASHION”
Three lives, one palace. That’s what I’ve named the Palais Gaillard, isn’t that fabulous? Continue reading “CITÉCO”
Good read of the week: “Filling the Void” by Marcus Gilroy-Ware, whose concern is to understand why so many people are addicted to social media. Continue reading “FILLING THE VOID”
Yellow has been such a trendy color in Paris lately, right?
Here am I, in the Serres d’Auteuil botanical gardens. Continue reading “SERRES D’AUTEUIL”
One could think that photoshoots are the most glamourous thing ever but oh no, let me stop you right there. Continue reading “THE OTHER SIDE OF THE PICTURE – PART 14”
This is me in black just because I think it’s appropriate, given that I want to discuss the dark side of the force with you today: digital “dark patterns”. Continue reading “DARK PATTERNS”
Moreau Paris is the symbol of a beautiful, historic tradition of the French “malletier”, the French trunk-maker. Continue reading “MOREAU PARIS”
Bagatelle is the result of a crazy bet. In 1777, Marie-Antoinette challenged the Count of Artois to build a small palace in less than a hundred days. Continue reading “BAGATELLE – PARIS”
5:10 p.m. (in French “17h10”) is that twilight moment during which nearly everything is possible for a busy woman Continue reading “17h10”
The Cernuschi museum was founded in 1898 by the French banker and economist Henri Cernuschi Continue reading “CERNUSCHI MUSEUM – PARIS”
Life has a funny sense of humour: just as I was interrogating myself on questions concerning nudity, lingerie and women as both objects and subjects of desire, Triumph contacted me Continue reading “TRIUMPH”
My nine-year-old son recently triggered a deep reflection process when he said that, I quote, one of his friends had a dream life and he didn’t. Continue reading “THE OTHER SIDE OF THE PICTURE – PART 13”
Chinatown, which came out in 1974, is one of my favorite movies.
Plot twist, it’s a film noir. Continue reading “CHINATOWN”
Castel: a myth.
Yes, Castel is most definitely a myth, a place which always sparks a feeling of pleasure and excitement as you approach. Continue reading “CASTEL – PARIS”
My 5-year-old daughter could not care less about clothes or appearance. All she wants is to be comfortable enough to run, jump or climb. Continue reading “CASUAL”
I am now the ambassador of a marvelous publication: Faust Magazine. Why so marvelous, you ask? Continue reading “FAUST & SIMONE”
When you’re at the mountain, I think it’s safe to say that style is usually the last thing on your mind.
Continue reading “MOUNTAIN”
After four long years of absence, it’s a pleasure to rediscover the Lutetia, or the only five-star hotel on the Parisian left bank. Continue reading “LUTETIA HOTEL”
An outfit with a retro touch was the natural complement to this superb Lancaster en-suite. With such a setting, it seemed like the ideal occasion to discuss the movie Laura. Continue reading “LAURA”
How surprising, I usually overthink various topics (from the emotional development of my children to worldwide geostrategy, which is quite a wide range of subjects). Continue reading “DEFEANING SILENCE”