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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She still is seen on the runway occasionally while concentrating on the business of fashion for the Roger Vivier brand.

La Parisienne book french version – anglais | Ines de la Fressange Paris, Maison du Chic Parisien

A bit disappointing, I’m relieved I borrowed it from the library rather than purchasing. Some of the advice does make sense. Sure she’s been named to the International Best Dressed List. Concerning my inspiration, it comes from my endless desire of things!

It may be hard to fressnge that a book so whimsical could be the crossing point of the divergent paths of Parisian style, simple living, and zen would cross, it may well be.

Parisian Chic: A Style Guide

It’s a short quick read. That of course, was too much for Chanel, and she was forced to part company with the brand that epitomized French chic and not the French Iness.

And I love the large section of clothing shops, home decor shops, restaurants and hotel reviews. Parisian Chic is not just for Francophiles or for tourists. But there is a synergy between all of them. It’s aestethically pleasing and nice to look at on your coffee table so you can flip through it every once in awhile, but it is just not for me. Which girl would you say embodies the younger Parisian generation?


The reviews are the largest section of the book, but I really bought it for the fashion and beauty advice. Besides, she goes on and on about what French people like and dislike, implying that the French know better – a syndrome known as “chez nous, en France”. The best way I can think of to describe this book is a fashionable guide to a fashionable city without all of the high end glamor — a guide for the girl who dreams of spending a summer or year or more in Paris.

I checked out the on line links she gave for shopping my trips to Paris, while frequent, do not include for the most part shopping at those addresses. If Ines tells you about a shop, she includes sections called The Style, so you know what the shop offers, and The must-have, the one item that Ines either owns or would recommend.

I have been following her career for 20 years—the time I have been in France. 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.

There are countless examples I could praisienne that made me want to shake my head in utter frustration, but I will refrain from filling out the next ls pages. My Top Ten Outings for the Fall. Apr 24, Suzanne rated it it was amazing. Softcoverpages. Lists with This Book. Jul 12, Ninja Neko rated it it was ok.

Who would you say is the most emblematic Parisian man, and why? I would say forties or fifties, because those are the two age ranges she mentions specifically in the book. It truly is a little french friend to motivate and inspire. On the positive side, the book is visually pleasing, with lots of charming drawings and plenty of photos.


What’s In a Name? For Inès de la Fressange: Plenty

I love the advice about the Magnificent Seven items that should be in your closet. Overall, this book was okay. Now I have an idea about how to go through the mess and keep the items that work for me.

I really want to go to Paris. These were nice, especially the lunch places. She favors a kind of boy wear. A lot of the lw also seemed a little wild, and was less useful or practical than I was expecting.

I am on the search for a simple black dress, as Ines has good ideas on what to wear to different types of events, and whether to pair the converse sneaker, or the ballet flat with what. Or a navy sweater with white jeans. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Secondly, mix and match luxury items with inexpensive items and keep visiting the youth sections of clothing stores. It made me really think about my consumption and how I can stop being a conspicuous c 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.

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