THE GIFT OF CHIC : FOR THE GIRL WHO HAS EVERYTHING BY MARI DAVIS FROM THE BLOG FASHION WINDOWS

Chances are you have someone in your list who is impossible to get a present for because she usually has the latest and greatest of everything! Well… don’t start pulling your hair yet! Here is a thoughtful gift that is undeniably cool, genuinely practical and yes… something she can use. Sophie the Parisian: Style Tips From a True Parisian Woman  

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The Parisian woman is considered the epitome of chic: classical in taste, but independent and dynamic; elegant and sophisticated, at times – feminine and seductive; attentive to what she wears and taking care of her body, but without excessive vanity. 

What is her secret? Why is the Parisian woman considered a female role model when it comes to sophistication, original yet simple taste and most of all, intelligent dressing.CHEVEUX-CAPELLI-HAIR  photo EH Stock pour iStock.

Nathalie Peigney shares it all in “Sophie the Parisian: Style Tips From a True Parisian Woman ,” an appealing, pocket-size guide to French style and glamour. An offshoot of Peigney’s highly successful and popular blog of the same title which highlights nine of her friends who discuss Ville Lumière and Parisian life, “Sophie The Parisian” delves into the psyche of not just the Parisian woman but also the French capital.

Dedicated to all who recognize Frenchwomen as genuine style models, this new book comes after seven years after the success of style guide Parisian Chic by Inès de la Fressange. Sophie the Parisian offers a fresher, wider and more varied guide to French style.

 FASHION WINDOWS 

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By: Nathalie Peigney

Hardcover / 6 in. x 8 1/4 in. / 232 pages / 105 color illustrations

$35.00 U.S. / ISBN: 978-88-918179-2-1 / Rizzoli / Release date: October 2018

Charlotte - Style & fashion

Bonsoir, my name is Charlotte. My mother, ex-model for Saint-Laurent, is American but I’ve lived in Paris since I was 4 years old. Since my mother was often abroad for fashion shows, my French grandmother, a dressmaker for Chanel, taught me the way to become a real Parisian. Today, I’m a wedding-planner and my husband directs a famous fashion magazine. I don’t have to tell you that I have a front seat at all of the fashion shows and I’ve developed a good general culture about fashion. Although I’m the personal shopper for my friends, my strong points are marriage and elegance.

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