French fashion

The Tunisian-born fashion designer dressed stars from Greta Garbo to Grace Jones and Lady Gaga.
I believe the timing for this traveling exhibition is perfect as well. The world is in upheaval but, at the risk of sounding like a modern-day Marie Antoinette of sorts, let us wear glamour!
"It is not about money. It's really about searching and having fun."
Anne Fontaine is one of France's most recognized fashion designers of the last 20 years. Originally from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, she had always wished to experience another rhythm of life to the one the city offered.
I loved the Madeline illustrations and the dreamy world of Paris as a kiddo. Add to the mix my eternal adoration for Coco Chanel and her plight for pants-clad women circa 1920, and it's easy arithmetic for style. However, this madness has been going on for far too long.
Leather Pants: Lydia Marceau (Paris) and Jennifer Grace (California) French blend their bold accessories in, while big necklaces
In her latest book, the soon-to-be released "French Women Don't Get Facelifts," author Mireille Guiliano delves into what makes our European counterparts age so gracefully.
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1. Create visual interest by playing with texture. 7. Figure out which color looks best on your complexion. 5. When in doubt
We're always trying to figure out what exactly French women have that we don't. Is it superior taste? An ability to look
Happy Bastille Day! In honor of France's most festive fête, we'd like to celebrate our strong-willed French friends in the
By narrowing down my wardrobe to these core items I have liberated myself from the closet clutter and endless cycles of shopping that used to be my reality.
Click through the slideshow below to see how Vanessa Paradis, Brigitte Bardot and others manage to look fabulous with minimal
Today in particular, I am feeling very European. Maybe it's because I just drove 6 hours listening to my favorite French music. During my drive, I let the music take me home, and I thought about my godmother Dominique, an incredibly important figure in my life, and my style inspiration.
Well-dressed women are the norm here, but my new neighbors in particular have that certain je ne sais quoi which is just so Parisian. Their outfits are usually paired with perfectly matching manicured hands and feet -- they seem to excel at color coordination. Not to mention the "perfect" accessory. Never have I seen so many Birkin bags being proudly paraded around. On one of my first shopping excursions up to the rue de Passy, I counted at least eight in the first 10 minutes. (The Goyard canvas tote comes in at a close second place.) Their grooming is impeccable: Most women here always look like they recently stepped out from the hair salon. I just don't know where they find the time for all this, but they do.
World Wide Fashion is the new real democracy. I decided to join the world: I will be the first French couturier to sell dresses on HSN.