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”
Chinatown, which came out in 1974, is one of my favorite movies.
Plot twist, it’s a film noir. Continue reading “CHINATOWN”
I clearly love Dolce & Gabbana’s ultra-femininity, which has always represented the quintessence of the Italian dolce vita for me: the 60’s, the sun, femininity, voluptuousness, grace and love. Continue reading “DOLCE VITA”
When Winter finally gives way to the warmth of spring and summer, I am always eager to start wearing long, flowing skirts, which I find excessively feminine, so long as they are properly cinched at the waist. Continue reading “SPINNING AROUND”
He’s gorgeous, clever, nifty, enduring, versatile and ingenious.
(No, no, no, I’m not talking about my lover). Continue reading “JOYFUL VINTAGE”
Some time ago, I presented my interrogations concerning #MeToo here. I expressed my fear of seeing this movement become a trial by the people and my hope that it would trigger legal and judiciary changes, which are, in my opinion, the only tools that can really change mindsets in the long run. Continue reading “TIME’S UP”
I’m going to be honest: I don’t, I absolutely don’t understand the youth culture which has invaded our modern occidental societies.
From a historical standpoint, and therefore from an intellectual standpoint I do understand – youth as a synonym of vitality, fertility and thus as a perpetuation of one’s lineage. Continue reading “THE SUM OF A LIFE”
If only someone had told me that one day I’d be shooting in a yurt and a luxury yurt at that… Indeed, I think we are quite far away from the traditional Mongolian yurt and its ancestral tradition… Continue reading “A YURT”
A beautiful haussmannian building, a ravishing black dress and a white bow. You can even add a pearl necklace, as long as it is not too classical. Continue reading “TWIST”