The fashion industry has always been a major influence on the culture of western society, so it only seems reasonable that there are people who have been inspired by the industry and have become iconic for their sense of style. 381 more words
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The stereotype of the Parisian persona—aloof, impenetrable, inherently cool—has long captivated American women; and likewise, we’ve become obsessed with French women’s hair. Just the right amount of disheveled and frequently long with tousled bangs, it’s pretty much the antidote to looking like you just spent an hour slaving over the blow-dryer. 83 more words
Safia Nolin knows all about how Tout le monde en parle can change your life.
Prior to appearing on the popular Sunday night ICI Radio-Canada Télé talk show Jan. 836 more words
Once the muse of Givenchy and the face of Chloé, Lou Doillon was a model and actress before she began writing music. Daughter of actress Jane Birkin (muse of the Birkin Bag), and director Jacques Doillon, Lou is an icon, revered for her French style before her poetics. 589 more words