Fashion, decoration, restaurants, hotels, museums, well-being, this pocket-size book contains, like a treasure box, Ines de la Fressange’s confidential. La Parisienne book french version. Découvrez-vite! With her long-time friend Sophie Gachet, Ines de la Fressange reveals all of her Parisian secrets, addresses. Le chic Parisien selon Ines de la Fressange. Découvrez l’univers de la Parisienne, son style, son art de vivre. Retrouvez les collections de prêt-à-porter, souliers.
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There’s the trench coat, skinny jeans, and ladies’ handbag look.
I luv Ines De La Fressange she is so stylish and fashionable, I got so much from this book, particularly about dressing around 10 key pieces of clothing for everyone’s wardrobe.
That said it is a beautiful book with a journal like feel and charming illustrations mixed with softly filtered photographs. Jul 12, Ninja Neko rated it it was ok. And didn’t like the drawings.
The vast majority of women do not know how to walk with high heels, ending up tottering and stumbling or walking with rigid legs – the opposite of chic. It’s a fun way to fuel the daydreams. But she is also a busy working French mom. Would i recommend it? The other frewsange aspects were the discussion of various points of interest in the last portion of the book. It is not meant to be encyclopedic.
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Other bits of wisdom can be found regularly on women’s magazines and are hardly groundbreaking: On top of that, she is nice! Her cure for wrinkles?
Less of a style guide, more of a where to shop list. Not only was she forced paeisienne of the company, she lost the use of her name. This book is very inspiring.
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Refresh and try again. How great it would have been had she shown how she was able to become the style maven and keep lnes allure well into her 50s. And the fashion advice is fun and inspiring. I like the idea that less is more, that the french buy quality and then wear the items over and over again. I don’t think I’ll be referring to it often, but it’s the kind of book you leave in the guest room when your girlfriend comes for a visit.
It was such a disappointment to say the least.
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Not too many of us are planning on that kind of budget. Besides, I dislike the array of buttons, belts and epaulettes trench coats come with. And I love parksienne large section of clothing shops, home decor shops, restaurants and hotel reviews. Or a man’s blazer cinched with a belt. But there is a synergy between all of them.
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I did not dislike it, but I didn’t really like it either. My closet is bulging with items that are not edited, not all pieces that make me feel happy, except that they are there pariskenne I haven’t done the laundry. I love the advice about the Magnificent Seven items that should be in your closet.
While almost anyone can extract useful information from Parisian Chic, I think it could be most fresange — and inspirational — for those of us in the Invisible Years 40s and beyond who refuse to roll over and play frumpy. First of all, I love Paris styles, and second of all, I loved the way the book was written.
I love that effortless French girl look, and this book has decent but also annoyingly repetitive advice. I love very much Lou Doillon: It’s half style guide half tour guide.