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.
The French might say it all comes down to a certain indefinable je ne sais quoi. But stare long and hard enough at photos
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.
Beyond simple grooming tips, what we can take from the French has more to do with attitude than anything else. Giuliano says
It's pretty much a fact that French women have style. Serious style. And no one represents that better than actress Marion