Portrait #1 - Charlotte
In 1937, Marcelle Auclair said "The young French woman is simple but chic, natural but never neglected, brave and persistent, and yet light". If you please!
I have designed the lavallines scarves like easy accessories to wear that immediately sophisticate your outfit with a wave of magic hand. Forget the hours in front of your mirror, trying many associations: this thin silk ribbon scarf can do a lot.
With this serie of Portraits of Parisian girls, I want to show you how Parisian women around me wear them. Let's start with Charlotte whom I met in one of her favorite gardens, the Jardin des Archives, at the heart of the Marais district.
#1. Bonjour Charlotte. First, let us know what you do?
I am a student.
#2.What is your favorite neighborhood in Paris?
Le Marais. (The area of the Beaubourg Museum, Saint-Paul, the City Town Hall : this Parisian district that Parisians keep for themselves with its tiny paved streets, its high-end concept stores and amazing food, from Jewish traditional bakeries to French style tea salons like the Mariage Frères first original boutique. Editor's Note)
#3. Something personal that you like to do in Paris?
I love to wander on my own, at any hour of the day but especially at night. I take pictures and get amazed around every corner, and above all, I keep realizing that I will never get bored of Paris.
#4. If your district were a song?
The Nocturne Op. 9 No. 1 by Chopin.
#5. Your favorite Parisian gourmet adresse ?
Any ambulant crêpes baker! (These thin pancakes that do not taste the same at all ;)
#6. A secret Parisian spot you would like to share ?
The corner of the street Alphand and street Barrault in the 13th district.