Why and how did you begin designing textiles?
My father worked in the garment district for companies selling fabrics, so that was always around me. After high school, I spent time in specialized art schools. I was painting and into the decorative pattern movement happening at the.. Read more
Sugar ? “Sometimes a back drop, sometimes a seasoning”. Pierre Hermé speaks of his Autumn collection like a fashion show or like ephemeral maracons. This architect of emotions, the Dior of desserts, the Picasso of pastries, creates combinations of tastes, fragrances, textures and flavors recognizable.. Read more
Kate van den Boogert
Born : Berwick, Victoria, Australia
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Where are you from? Where do you live?
I grew up far, far away in Melbourne, Australia, and today I live in Château Rouge, Paris’s craziest and most exotic corner.
You created the ultimate Paris guide. Can you tell me.. Read more
Grey hair mixed with the fox fur of a coat, Isabel rolls up on a red Piaggio, smokes, drinks a little glass of red at noon, doesn’t like bags. And doesn’t like perfume apart from the basic, Chanel Nº19, kind of like Proust’s madeleines, that.. Read more
“Artiste touche à tout”, drawer, painter, musician, singer in the french vocal group Pow Wow Alain Chenneviere is a real Paris passionate. A while ago he started to take pictures of the old Paris, the one that is slowly disappearing. Old shops soon to be.. Read more
At the time when Grace Jones and Jerry Hall were a hit, Inès’ look – perfectly black and no makeup – wasn’t pleasing. It’s Jean-Jacques Picart (luxury marketing consulting agent) who decided that Inès Marie Laetitia Églantine Isabelle de Seignard de La Fressange, going by.. Read more
The odor of Paris would be “mat”, according to Frédéric. Grandson of the founder of Dior perfumes, Serge Heftler, Frédéric has designed his versions of perfumes in the style of a germanopratin editor, worthy of Flammarion or Gallimard. He doesn’t pretend to be a nose... Read more
Actress, singer and muse – with a British accent.
Her appearances in Blow Up (1966) by Antonioni, her audacious debut in Slogan (1969) by Pierre Grimblat, with Serge Gainsbourg, have marked us forever. And we always go back to the old vinyl’s of her whispering.. Read more
Born in Poland, Monya grew up in Berlin, and spends most of her time travelling. Hopefully, we could catch up for a breakfast in Berlin, while I was there on a week end. 10 a.m at the Distrikt coffee in Mitte. I was running late.. Read more