Here is a very interesting essay published in January 2021 Continue reading “DE LA DÉMOCRATIE EN PANDÉMIE”
Beauty, simplicity and sharpness are intimately linked in my spirit, when I look at myself in the mirror. Continue reading “INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE”
Making merino wool scarves so delicate that they are as soft as cashmere, such is the achievement of Amédée Paris. Continue reading “AMÉDÉE PARIS”
Since early May 2019, Instagram is officially testing hiding like counts in a few countries. Instagram wants its followers to focus on the content Continue reading “NEW ERA”
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”
Born in 2015, Maison Château Rouge is the Parisian brand with an African soul, as said by its creator, Youssouf Fofana, who inspires himself from his own Senegalese heritage, as well as in traditional African wax prints to drape the Parisian’s urban silhouette. Continue reading “MAISON CHATEAU ROUGE”
Those who’ve been following my adventure since the very beginning are well aware of my love for boating.
The setting has changed a little and so have the type and the size of the boat: may I introduce this gorgeous 56ft long sailing boat. Continue reading “LIBERTY”
Luxury is not synonymous with a price tag but resides in the correlation between quality and a coherent price. This is why I wanted to present this outfit to you, although it certainly didn’t break the bank. Continue reading “MONEY CAN’T BUY STYLE”
This item is a UFO: a playsuit by Victoria Beckham designed for target, the massive U.S. department store. Indeed, Victoria Beckham presented Target with an affordable 150-piece-collection in Spring 2017, which includes a line for plus-size women and for children. In all fairness, it’s quite a success. Continue reading “ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK”
And here I am, a little provocative, in my vintage Old England cape, visiting a medieval French castlewhich was the subject of bitter battles between France and England: the castle of Langeais. Continue reading “LANGEAIS”
Going up to a Parisian rooftop is the perfect opportunity to talk about Tennessee Williams, as a wink to his famous “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof”. Continue reading “CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF”
It seems like 2018 is the year PVC makes a comeback and I must admit that it’s pretty fantastic, especially when it rains.
And if you’re going to wear a plastic trench coat – plastic not being the most noble material ever – just have fun! Continue reading “IT’S PLASTIC, IT’S FANTASTIC!”
I happily practice an art which I find highly necessary, that of doing nothing. It is, in my opinion the natural continuation in one’s adult life of an art I practiced as a child, that of boredom. Continue reading “IN PRAISE OF LAZINESS”
It’s quite obvious that I love fur. My little sister hates me for it and I wouldn’t be surprise if PETA struck me with its wrath sooner rather than later, considering the numerous furs in the posts of this website. Continue reading “FURIOUS DEBATE”
Those who know Paris are aware that its docks are full of life. Full of life first of all… because people live there, on barges, which are often charming and graceful.
Full of life also because, depending on the spot, you’ll find either an astonishing number of bars and restaurants, or simply a welcome solitude. Continue reading “ON THE WATERFRONT – PARIS”
The hood of this beautiful Loro Piana jacket made with leather and wool lacked a little something in my opinion… That’s why I took it onto myself to add a touch of fox fur, giving it the presence it deserves. Continue reading “FOXY LADY”
Will I ever say that I love red too much?
(Well probably but I’m not going to stop now). Continue reading “VIBRANT RED”
A desire for comfort, even for cosiness, and here we are in the atmosphere of a log cabin, with wood, fur and warm tones. Continue reading “LOG CABIN VIBES”
The sailor top… We can thank Gabrielle Chanel for this brilliant addition to our feminine wardrobes. Continue reading “THE SAILOR TOP”
Am I a feminist?
Well, I really don’t know. I have read Simone de Beauvoir and Benoîte Groult during my youth, I still read a myriad of studies and articles on the subject daily, and I still don’t know.
What is feminism? Continue reading “AM I A FEMINIST?”
Autumn and its flamboyant colors, Autumn and its hot chocolates Continue reading “AUTUMN”