Parisian chic encore - A style guide

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Ines de la Fressange, the iconic Parisienne, and Sophie Gachet, Paris's fashion authority, have a knack for sharing their personal style and beauty tipsgleaned from decades in the fashion industrywith humor and verve. They have fully updated this edition of their international best seller, with new photography featuring Ines in her signature looks, easy-to-recreate advice, and extensive addressesin Paris and onlineto source all you need for chic Parisian fashion, beauty, and interiors. From killer outfits to Parisian wardrobe essentials, or from her 10-minute beauty routine to her countdown to a perfect Parisian dinner party, this elegant volume is replete with inspiration à la Parisienne and is a must-have for any woman who wants to infuse her own style with the essence of Parisian chic. Parisian chic encore - A style guide Image


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ISBN: 9782080204127



AUTEUR: Inès de La Fressange

"PARISIAN CHIC ENCORE! A Style Guide by model Ines de la Fressange and seasonal fashion journalist Sophie Gachet is a follow up to the New York Times bestseller, Parisian Chic. In both instalments, the well-kept secrets of the seemingly effortless style of the Parisian woman are finally revealed. With advice that simply never goes out of style. ... From tips such as avoiding flashy jewellery ...

The follow up to her best selling Parisian Chic, Encore is more than just an updated version of the same book, sure some of the pictures are the same, but it has been updated with the latest style and beauty trends from the City of Light and features a fabulous array of stores that I will happily check out when I go to Paris in the


Parisian Chic: A Style Guide by Inès de la Fressange Sensuality doesn't come from heels - especially if you can't walk in them. It's like a beautiful woman who has the perfect hair and makeup but doesn't smile. You should dress to feel good, not show off. It takes life to learn that -Ines de la Fressange . There is no denying that Parisian style radiates an air of self-assuredness ...