Photo courtesy of Amanda Friedman There’s apparently someone new and tall that’s joining the modest couture business. Chanel, queen of French haute couture since World War II, recently decorated its Beverly Hills boutique windows with headscarves that are said to be directed to the city’s Muslim clientele. The hijab, this headscarf that believers put around… Continue reading Is Chanel Really Targeting Muslim Shoppers This Time?
Because it’s about time you get to know the woman behind these pages. Here are 20 basic and less basic facts about me. For the blog’s About Me page, click here. I am French (yeah, shocking right?). I grew up in the Eastern part of France but I discovered real life (adult life I mean)… Continue reading 20 Facts About Me
Traveling has taught me that, on this lovely planet, every person that you meet is unique. They have their own thoughts, their own words, their own tastes and ideas. They don’t dress the same, they don’t eat the same, they don’t believe the same either. Traveling has also taught me that, on this glorious planet,… Continue reading Talk: Perks of Multiculturalism and Middle East Beauty with Iranian Model Shina
The Arab world is some wonderful place. It’s been common knowledge for centuries and more than this region of the world hides the most beautiful women on Earth. And to these divine creatures, divine couture that respects their religion is well deserved. And because they’ve always been at the core of Elegance (even more than… Continue reading Dolce & Gabbana Tops Middle East Fashion With First Abaya Collection