Margaux, has lived in Paris for the last 10 years, she works for the French fashion brand Beton Cire, she loves to mix this label with vintage clothes. When we caught up with her she was with her friends; they had recently bought a vintage bike, and they were pleased with it!. Margaux also recommended a cool street in Paris: rue Vinaigrier. When we asked about her look she explained that she bought the long shirt in Florence and it's a favourite piece because it's a Japanese style. Margaux lived there for five years, and it reminds her of her time there. Looks good on you Margaux, Arigatou gozaimashita or thanks for stopping! @goomar
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The minute we saw Wan’s pastel blue jacket amid the greenery of Park Bocicaut in Paris, we were determined to get her to pose for us. Her stylish canary-yellow handbag definitely brightened up our day! Wan is a huge fan of Vogue Italy; she especially loves photographer Steven Meisel. This is undoubtedly because of his widespread critical acclaim and his exceptional editorials. Wan is an aspiring Street Fashion Photographer; she spends most of her days taking pictures of stylish people in the street. She must be a kindred spirit! Perhaps she will be the next ‘Steven Miesel’… We are definitely rooting for her! @ZENG_X_WAN
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Riva comes from Congo, he was very surprised that we wanted a picture of him, but he was very happy to be our model! He works and lives in Paris, but he loves to go to the quatrième (number 4 district) to people watch and catch the vibe of the area. He 'feels' fashion in a deep way, and loves Dolce Gabanna to dress up, thinking of every detail down to the many rings on his fingers. Black is his favourite colour, he told us that it is the colour of harmony and serenity, which is definitely Riva; he was very calm and kind when talking about his life. He told us about his son, who also happens to have a great sense of urban style too; he's learned from a master!
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We love Manolo's look, he's a painter and he creates linear graphical portraits as well as capturing his friends in rock n' roll poses with a cigarette in hand and a poem to accompany it. It's no surprise that his favourite writer is Jean Cocteau the famous poet and author of Les Enfants Terribles. Cocteau collaborated and associated with every famous artist and writer of the period including Pablo Picasso and Amedeo Modigliani. He once said, "Style is a simple way of saying complicated things." We agree we love how one simple glance at an outfit can convey so much, from personality to politics. We wonder what Manolo would have to say about today's look? Whether with alliteration, rhyme or onomatopoeia, we are sure he would find a poetic line for it! @inuklenfantprimate
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Margaux, has lived in Paris for the last 10 years, she works for the French fashion brand Beton Cire, she loves to mix this label with vintage clothes. When we caught up with her she was with her friends; they had recently bought a vintage bike, and they were pleased with it!. Margaux also recommended a cool street in Paris: rue Vinaigrier. When we asked about her look she explained that she bought the long shirt in Florence and it's a favourite piece because it's a Japanese style. Margaux lived there for five years, and it reminds her of her time there. Looks good on you Margaux, Arigatou gozaimashita or thanks for stopping! @goomar
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We love Manolo's look, he's a painter and he creates linear graphical portraits as well as capturing his friends in rock n' roll poses with a cigarette in hand and a poem to accompany it. It's no surprise that his favourite writer is Jean Cocteau the famous poet and author of Les Enfants Terribles. Cocteau collaborated and associated with every famous artist and writer of the period including Pablo Picasso and Amedeo Modigliani. He once said, "Style is a simple way of saying complicated things." We agree we love how one simple glance at an outfit can convey so much, from personality to politics. We wonder what Manolo would have to say about today's look? Whether with alliteration, rhyme or onomatopoeia, we are sure he would find a poetic line for it! @inuklenfantprimate
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Riva comes from Congo, he was very surprised that we wanted a picture of him, but he was very happy to be our model! He works and lives in Paris, but he loves to go to the quatrième (number 4 district) to people watch and catch the vibe of the area. He 'feels' fashion in a deep way, and loves Dolce Gabanna to dress up, thinking of every detail down to the many rings on his fingers. Black is his favourite colour, he told us that it is the colour of harmony and serenity, which is definitely Riva; he was very calm and kind when talking about his life. He told us about his son, who also happens to have a great sense of urban style too; he's learned from a master!
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We crossed paths with Lorena and Dyna, in ‘Parcours Saint-Germain’ in Paris. They are best friends, and both are very involved in the fashion world. Lorena is a contributor to Vogue Mexico and Latam and loves to travel. She shares her journey with her Instagram followers on her account @lvbespoke. Dyna, however, prefers to stay private and is very discreet. Although the two friends seem to differ in personality, they have equally good taste in clothing and are very passionate about fashion. We love their colourful outfits and lovely smiles! @lorevergani
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The minute we saw Wan’s pastel blue jacket amid the greenery of Park Bocicaut in Paris, we were determined to get her to pose for us. Her stylish canary-yellow handbag definitely brightened up our day! Wan is a huge fan of Vogue Italy; she especially loves photographer Steven Meisel. This is undoubtedly because of his widespread critical acclaim and his exceptional editorials. Wan is an aspiring Street Fashion Photographer; she spends most of her days taking pictures of stylish people in the street. She must be a kindred spirit! Perhaps she will be the next ‘Steven Miesel’… We are definitely rooting for her! @ZENG_X_WAN
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Guillaume brought some sunshine to Rue de Grenelle with that jacket. He's from New York but in Paris to study at the Institute of Political Science. What he likes most in this city is to practice the long-honed art of "La Flânerie", meaning to stroll around with much attention to the art of voyeurism or people watching. The Parisians with their cafe-lined streets are experts at it; poets and artists have long sat glancing and passing comment on passers-by. As for Guillaume, he also likes to have his head in a book, he's reading "Voyage au bout de la nuit" by Céline F. Whether reading or strolling, with his jacket du jour perhaps it was his Guillaume's intention to be the object of some Flânerie himself! @guillaumetonnel
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Margaux, has lived in Paris for the last 10 years, she works for the French fashion brand Beton Cire, she loves to mix this label with vintage clothes. When we caught up with her she was with her friends; they had recently bought a vintage bike, and they were pleased with it!. Margaux also recommended a cool street in Paris: rue Vinaigrier. When we asked about her look she explained that she bought the long shirt in Florence and it's a favourite piece because it's a Japanese style. Margaux lived there for five years, and it reminds her of her time there. Looks good on you Margaux, Arigatou gozaimashita or thanks for stopping! @goomar
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Guillaume brought some sunshine to Rue de Grenelle with that jacket. He's from New York but in Paris to study at the Institute of Political Science. What he likes most in this city is to practice the long-honed art of "La Flânerie", meaning to stroll around with much attention to the art of voyeurism or people watching. The Parisians with their cafe-lined streets are experts at it; poets and artists have long sat glancing and passing comment on passers-by. As for Guillaume, he also likes to have his head in a book, he's reading "Voyage au bout de la nuit" by Céline F. Whether reading or strolling, with his jacket du jour perhaps it was his Guillaume's intention to be the object of some Flânerie himself! @guillaumetonnel
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Riva comes from Congo, he was very surprised that we wanted a picture of him, but he was very happy to be our model! He works and lives in Paris, but he loves to go to the quatrième (number 4 district) to people watch and catch the vibe of the area. He 'feels' fashion in a deep way, and loves Dolce Gabanna to dress up, thinking of every detail down to the many rings on his fingers. Black is his favourite colour, he told us that it is the colour of harmony and serenity, which is definitely Riva; he was very calm and kind when talking about his life. He told us about his son, who also happens to have a great sense of urban style too; he's learned from a master!
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We spotted Prang in polka dot chic in Paris; she was heading out of Céline store with a friend. She loves fashion, and as a hobby, she has started a business on Instagram where she sells dresses and summer basics, no wonder; Prang is from Thailand, she might be used to hot weather but she likes to visit the city of love to get inspired and seek out new brands and creators. Her classic dress and boots lent her a Parisian look; she was wearing Le Spec and a Chanel bag, so she fitted right in - Voilà! @lovegramshop
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The minute we saw Wan’s pastel blue jacket amid the greenery of Park Bocicaut in Paris, we were determined to get her to pose for us. Her stylish canary-yellow handbag definitely brightened up our day! Wan is a huge fan of Vogue Italy; she especially loves photographer Steven Meisel. This is undoubtedly because of his widespread critical acclaim and his exceptional editorials. Wan is an aspiring Street Fashion Photographer; she spends most of her days taking pictures of stylish people in the street. She must be a kindred spirit! Perhaps she will be the next ‘Steven Miesel’… We are definitely rooting for her! @ZENG_X_WAN
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We were a little bit star-struck when we learned that Julie is the artistic director of Sonia Rykiel Paris. In fact, she has an impressive CV having worked for brands like Gianfranco Ferré, Gianni Versace, Prada and Louis Vuitton before her latest post. We spotted Julie while she was going to lunch at Le Bar des Près by Cyril Lignac, the trendy French Chef Cuisinier with a Michelin star under his belt. As for her outfit, she told us it was a mix of Céline and Sonia - of course!! @juliedelibran
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We love Manolo's look, he's a painter and he creates linear graphical portraits as well as capturing his friends in rock n' roll poses with a cigarette in hand and a poem to accompany it. It's no surprise that his favourite writer is Jean Cocteau the famous poet and author of Les Enfants Terribles. Cocteau collaborated and associated with every famous artist and writer of the period including Pablo Picasso and Amedeo Modigliani. He once said, "Style is a simple way of saying complicated things." We agree we love how one simple glance at an outfit can convey so much, from personality to politics. We wonder what Manolo would have to say about today's look? Whether with alliteration, rhyme or onomatopoeia, we are sure he would find a poetic line for it! @inuklenfantprimate
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When we spotted Jeanne she was talking with a friend outside the Bar des Près by renowned chef Ciryl Lignac at Rue de Dragon. She loves Céline and enjoys mixing all the seasons. We would be happy to wear those culottes whatever the weather! Jeanne is the owner of "L'Uniform" Bags, luggage and daily accessories. Her great sense of style reflects in her beautiful brand comprising of classically designed satchels and other functional pieces for stylish adventurers. What she appreciates the most are great quality and materials that produce beautiful and long-lasting products, which perfectly sums up L'Uniform. She's conquering the accessories world, no wonder Rue de Dragon didn't phase her! @jeannesignoles
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We crossed paths with Lorena and Dyna, in ‘Parcours Saint-Germain’ in Paris. They are best friends, and both are very involved in the fashion world. Lorena is a contributor to Vogue Mexico and Latam and loves to travel. She shares her journey with her Instagram followers on her account @lvbespoke. Dyna, however, prefers to stay private and is very discreet. Although the two friends seem to differ in personality, they have equally good taste in clothing and are very passionate about fashion. We love their colourful outfits and lovely smiles! @lorevergani
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Estelle had the cab ready and waiting as she posed for us at Rue de Saint Peres, she had an appointment with a friend, and she thought those Supreme trousers were perfect for that day. We wondered who she was meeting and whether it was her intention to make a political statement? Obama once said, "A change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the ones we've been waiting for. We are the change that we seek". We wonder if Estelle agrees. There's nothing like making a statement with style and brains, a lethal combination! @strella2121
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