Let’s talk about Lucie Monin, the gilder, for a minute.
A lover of old tomes, Lucie originally wanted to become a book restorer Continue reading “LUCIE MONIN”
Let’s not do it for the gram.
Pictures of fires in the Amazon rainforest are being shared over and over again on social media Continue reading “BRITTANY – EMERALD COAST”
A perfectly retro outfit and a sailing boat: it doesn’t take much more than that for me to sail towards the murky waters of Mr Ripley. Continue reading “PURPLE NOON”
Here is the perfect dress for Summer nights out.
The V-neck and sleeveless cut make this a light and breezy dress to wear on a hot day Continue reading “GOLDEN HOUR”
For over twenty years, people have been telling me that there is something masculine about me. That I behave like a man. Continue reading “JAMES BOND, HERSELF”
It’s no secret, I love summery playsuits and it’s no secret either, I do love electric blue, this famous IKB or International Klein Blue. Continue reading “IKB”
Long considered dangerous or of purely commercial interest, the sea, and by association, the beach, only gained in popularity in the 1750’s Continue reading “THE BEACH”
Roman Holiday, produced by William Wyler in 1953, combines the talents of the delicious Audrey Hepburn and the charming Gregory Peck. Continue reading “ROMAN HOLIDAY”
And here is another beautiful gem from Needle & Thread, this English brand I cherish Continue reading “ENGLISH GARDEN”
Have you heard of the art of mixology applied to clothes? If you haven’t yet, let me introduce you to the expert: Audrey Cimignani Continue reading “THE MICSOLOGYST”
Here I am, in a retro style, ready to tell you about a novel I loved: “The Swans of Fifth Avenue” Continue reading “THE SWANS OF FIFTH AVENUE”
And here is Montmartre as I like it: a desert Montmartre with no one in sight, early in the morning. It feels like a quiet village. Continue reading “MONTMARTRE – PARIS”
Original, whimsical, elusive, rebellious are all words that could describe Colette, whose path was paved with scandal. Continue reading “FAUST & COLETTE”
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 – PARIS”
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”