Fashion, decoration, restaurants, hotels, museums, well-being, this pocket-size book contains, like a treasure box, Ines de la Fressange’s confidential. La Parisienne book french version. Découvrez-vite! With her long-time friend Sophie Gachet, Ines de la Fressange reveals all of her Parisian secrets, addresses. Le chic Parisien selon Ines de la Fressange. Découvrez l’univers de la Parisienne, son style, son art de vivre. Retrouvez les collections de prêt-à-porter, souliers.

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Strong but ka, cultivated and intelligent, busy yet available, generous and positive. That said it is a beautiful book with a journal like feel and charming illustrations mixed with softly filtered photographs.

Mar 01, Iris rated it liked it. I think it would have been a better book if the author didn’t try to cover so much ground and had instead stuck to Parisian fashion, showing a little more diversity in the photographs.

Parisieenne 12, Lorraine rated it it was ok Shelves: Ines comes with credentials–she knows her fashion, but it is the charming presentation and great ideas that sell this book. While the book has been a smash hit in France, and there are claims that is has sold over parisiwnne million copies in multiple languages, I was surprised to read the following comments from two reviewers on Amazon. May 09, Lauren rated it it was ok.


Published by Rachel Kaplan. Dark blue sweaters, black dresses, all flatter Ines’ dark hair and olive skin. Parisian Chic Off-the-Beaten Path. I agree with Ines about high heels being I received this book as a gift and I am glad I did not buy it.

Aug 20, Dierregi rated it did not like ffessange Shelves: It is mainly store recommendations combined with a little bit of obvious style advice.

Before returning this sacred anti-rule rulebook to the library, I noted the essentials, according to de la Fressange: As mentioned by other reviewers, perhaps two-thirds of the book are devoted to Parisian addresses where to shop, eat, drink and being seentherefore useless for anybody who does not live there – or even for people who visit only occasionally, like me. You are also involved in charity projects related to children. Over all great style advice, good tips, and rules to safeguard against committing a faux pas with the final rule being that rules are made to be broken.

Lists with This Book. The French as a collective are bewildering.

On top of that, she is nice! Besides, I dislike the array of buttons, belts and epaulettes trench coats come with. The vast majority of women do not know how to walk with high heels, ending up tottering and stumbling or frewsange with rigid legs – the opposite of chic. It was understated and charming but the brand failed to catch on.


I love very much Lou Doillon: I did not dislike it, but I didn’t really like it either. Basically, it is Parisian inspired style Lucky Magazine calls “gamine.

‘La Parisienne,’ at Galeries Lafayette – WWD

There are also some travel guide sections and a “family fun” section. I loved it that this book is wholly dedicated to one style where as other books in this genre have sections on bohemian, rock and roller, minimalist styles etc. This was a nice light read and I garnered several unexpected and useful bits.

Proclaiming a blazer or a trench as “true Parisian style” is not exactly earth-shattering.


Published April 5th by Flammarion first published It is not meant to be encyclopedic. What are some of your current projects and where does your inspiration come from? I also enjoy working with the young and talented Fleur Demery who designs for my own brand.