I’ve always dreamt of becoming a writer just so I can take an artistic pilgrimage in Paris. I had this idea to live in the city and brood about life and create art while taking my contemplative walks across gloomy streets. 147 more words
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They’re the reason the phrase je be sais quoi was invented.
From Marie Antoinette (actually Austrian) to Jane Birkin (British but Serge) to Emmanuelle Alt and Léa Seydoux (both born and raised in Paris) and the ones whose names you don’t know, pop culture has been charmed, bewitched, smitten and titillated by those madames and mademoiselles for hundreds of years, making their mythical allure a cliché for the ages. 204 more words
There is the femme fatale.
There is the trophy-wife.
There is the bimbo.
There is the lolita.
And there is the femme-enfant.
Not long ago, as I was having a conversation on women with male friends, one of them cut short and suddenly told me “you know what, very simply, our type of girls is the… 840 more words