I am a fashion designer, and I own a small shop in Connecticut, USA. My grandparents were from France, and I followed a fashion design school in France. I am a taylor as well and my creations are well appreciated in my area.
My sources of inspiration are everywhere: from a girl in a flowerfield to a butterfly landing on a flower. This website is about sharing: my passion, my vision, what i like. It's a continuous development and change, as I discover new looks and ways to express.
We often say: "In a few words, ..."
This time I'll just say "In a few pictures, ... " :)
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Fashion is not something that exists in dresses only. Fashion is in the sky, in the street, fashion has to do with ideas, the way we live, what is happening. ~ Coco Chanel The difference between style and fashion is quality. ~ Giorgio Armani
An item of clothing is considered vintage if it dates back from 1920 to 1960. Anything after this date is considered retro.
Have you ever asked yourself why there are buttons on the ends of jacket sleeves. According to information passed down through the ages, none other than Napoleon Bonaparte dictated that buttons be attached to jacket sleeves to stop the annoying habit soldiers had of wiping their runny noses on their jacket sleeves.
Modern women can't live without jewelry. But it was men who started wearing jewelry in the first place to demonstrate their social status.